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A group of former students who failed out of a graduate computer engineering program in Canada that predominantly enrolls Chinese students have complained that the program was exploitative.
Social media may have to reconsider its reputation as the great equalizer: according to a new study, college students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds are less likely than their wealthier peers to communicate and share on Facebook
Colleges and universities are sitting on mounds of data that could lead to all kinds of valuable insights – like which students are most at risk for failing or what course loads tend to lead to attrition.
Students seeking online degrees might soon resemble traditional on-campus students, according to a new survey sponsored by two companies involved in online education consulting.
The new Florida Polytechnic University has grand plans, starting with the main classroom building scheduled to open next year.
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey and Americans United for Separation of Church and State filed a lawsuit today to stop the state from giving more than $11 million in construction funds to two religious colleges.
The “misperception” that all Asian-American and Pacific Islander students are high-achieving and immune from financial challenges has created barriers for the fastest-growing minority group in the United States, says a study released today.
Australian educators are outraged by government plans to increase the cost of student visas at a time when the country is fighting to regain its position in the global education market.
Florida Atlantic University on Friday announced that it was rehiring Deandre Poole -- who was at the center of what was called the "stomping on Jesus" controversy -- as an adjunct instructor in communications for the summer and fall terms.