Even in the most respected of medical journals, pharmaceutical companies’ funding and other ties to studies open the door to bias.
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Schools should ignore the "dreadful snobbery" that puts pressure on them to send as many pupils as possible to elite universities, according to the head of the Office for Fair Access.
Scientists designing and testing what they hope might become the classroom of the future have found that Star Trek-style multi-touch, multi-user desks can boost children's maths skills.A
A state Senate panel said Monday that the University of Hawaii could have avoided losing $200,000 in its failed attempt to hold an athletic department fundraiser if officials had performed due diligence on a company claiming to be Stevie Wonder's booking agent.
Sebastian Thrun, winner of the Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award for education takes is redefining the modern classroom
When it comes to textbook costs, publishers are often seen as owning all the levers.
A statement by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the American Association of University Professors is not meant to suggest that accreditors are failing to uphold academic freedom, an official says.
The Obama administration is losing another official who has played a major role in shaping its higher education policy.
The College of St. Scholastica, a Roman Catholic institution located in Duluth, Minn., wants to help working adults earn degrees with a hands-on approach to granting credit for learning gained outside the classroom, including through massive open online classes (MOOCs)
A new kind of "civil" rights debate is brewing at Queen’s University in Ontario.