As a high school junior, Anne Marie Urban spent seven weeks at a summer program at Harvard, receiving recommendations from professors there that she’s sure helped her get into the University of Chicago.
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A student's lawsuit against Pima Community College started going viral last week on conservative blogs and websites, featuring headlines like "War on English Language" and "Student Booted from U.S. College for Favoring English!"
Around the world, and in developing nations especially, there is an overwhelming demand for higher education.
Free online courses have run into a backlash of late.
Having a clear vision when contemplating a school or district mobile learning program, as well as being flexible when building that program, are two essential steps ...
The University of California's governing board is preparing to vote on a new student member whose nomination is being vigorously opposed by some Jewish groups.
Terrifying typos, marvelous malapropisms and baffling blunders feature in this year’s crop of "exam howlers."
With the student loan default rates spiking among its former students, the Yuba Community College District has taken the step of suspending its participation in the federal student loan program, a move that’s making it tougher for some students to continue with their studies.
MOOC providers are doing deals all over the country, in part through a series of no-bid agreements with public higher ed institutions.
In a country as obsessed with education as China, it makes sense that online teaching has huge potential.