For many high school graduates directed by colleges into remediation, it is like entering the Bermuda Triangle, never to emerge, an economist writes.
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The iPad may only be two years old, but it's already begun to change many things. Reading is one of them. Work is another. It is selling like crazy, but it will be some time before most of the people you know own a tablet.
Western Michigan University has collected more than $3 million in the first year since its move to a new tuition scale that charges business and fine arts students more than other students, even when taking the same class.
New Zealand teachers are encouraging pupils to study the popular novel The Hunger Games in preparation for their NCEA exams.
More public universities are charging higher tuition for math, science and business programs, which they argue cost more to teach.
The University of Aberdeen is considering establishing a chair in a form of alternative medicine described by one expert as "pure quackery".
Who could have guessed that the big debate on Roman Catholic campuses in 2012 would be over contraception?
Just how long can Apple run the table in the post-Jobs era? It was simply a matter of time before those whispers turned into a question asked out loud.
The latest plans to transform New York's four public university centers into top national research facilities and high-technology job producers were released in a proposal for a "smart energy" research facility at the University at Binghamton.
A report has criticized the low retention and graduation rates of community college students and noted that most enrollees opt for low demand fields.