Using AI in sorting admissions is an idea whose time has almost come, though few schools want to go first.
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U.S. district judge dismisses antitrust lawsuit that targeted publishers’ inclusive-access programs.
The first Black Studies professor in the history of the United Kingdom has claimed his school is systematically racist, despite hiring him to the history-making position just three years ago.
The Ministry of Education has established a new department to regulate extracurricular tutoring schools, aiming to reduce students' excessive academic burden.
Utah Polytechnic State University, aka Utah Tech.
A recent survey of 2,000 college students found that 69 percent support requiring COVID vaccines for a return to campus this fall — but that still leaves a significant portion of students who are against the mandate, now required at more than 500 colleges nationwide.
An education nonprofit argues that in order to complete the training, students were compelled to answer questions in a way that agreed with the university’s position on transgenderism.
Working party at Churchill College disbands after dispute over event about British PM and racism
The Religious Exemption Accountability Project, or REAP, filed a class action lawsuit on March 26, 2021, charging that the U.S. Department of Education was complicit “in the abuses that thousands of LGBTQ+ students endured at taxpayer-funded religious colleges and universities.”
The colleges appear to be leading students to risky loan providers, raising questions about the relationship between the institutions and lenders and how much information they’re disclosing to students.