Nearly 1 million student veterans used $10.9 billion in education benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to attend college in 2011, according to a new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office.
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Like it or not, massive online examinations are coming to your district. And when they do, it will be for keeps.
President Obama vowed Wednesday that he would soon unveil a plan to promote significant reform in higher education -- with an emphasis on controlling what colleges charge students and families.
A new study finds parents are footing a smaller portion of the college tuition bill as families become more cost-conscious.
Underlying education policies in England is the misguided idea that only a few children are clever and that the rest are less valuable
The American Historical Association has released a policy calling on history departments and university libraries to allow students to place embargoes on the online versions of Ph.D. dissertations in the field for up to six years.
There may be a problem in the mailroom of the House of Representatives.
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.
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.