Hoping to help Ph.D.s secure jobs and challenge old notions about academe, Stanford University will encourage and pay for humanities graduate students to pursue careers as high school teachers, starting next year.
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There are quite a few things that might make the average high school senior think twice before applying to Reed College.
Quantrez Sawyer was a security officer in Detroit three years ago, but he wasn't earning enough to live outside his mother's house and support his three children.
Pieter Johnson has made quite a name for himself since coming to the University of Colorado in 2007.
Student mobility between Europe and Asia is notably unbalanced in favour of Europe concluded education ministers at the Fourth Asia-Europe Meeting of Ministers for Education (ASEMME4) in Kuala Lumpur last week.
An amendment passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday added language to a pending immigration bill that would extend federal student loans, work-study funds, and other federal support to students who are in the United States illegally.
The Federal Court of Australia has ordered Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology to reinstate a professor who had been unfairly dismissed after complaining about alleged bullying and intimidation by her supervisor.
Half of sociology departments are offering at least one course online, and most are using more than one new technology teaching tool in classrooms, according to a new survey.
When Hillary Walter walked across the stage of Purdue University's Elliott Hall earlier this month to accept her diploma for completing a graduate degree, sending the institution a regular check in the mail once she leaves wasn't at the top of her mind.
Discrimination against Jews and Muslims is on the rise around the world, according to an annual US Department of State report.