The subtle dropping of references to late Chinese leader Mao Zedong from two policy statements over the last few weeks serves as one of the most intriguing hints yet that the ruling Communist Party is planning to move in the direction of reform.
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Princeton and Stanford can rest easy now that Minnesota higher-education officials have backed away from threats to track down dozens of universities like them for offering free online courses in their state without permission.
A research center suggests ways to strengthen "College 101" courses to help improve college-completion rates.
The latest model-busting higher education program comes from a novel partnership between a nonprofit college and a nonprofit organization, helped by a push (and some money) from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
For a room full of academics talking about the future of higher education, the conversation was surprisingly blunt.
Australia's $46 million Antarctic airstrip is melting, leaving the government scrambling to find a new air link to the frozen continent.
A federal jury’s decision expected here this week has the potential to shake up the hiring practices in the liberal-slanted world of academia, reverberate into classrooms and change the ideological direction of higher education, national scholars agree.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Monday that it was investigating reports of five deaths that may be associated with Monster Beverage Corp's energy drink, and the company's shares fell more than 14 percent.
Tom Rooney sees competency-based education—supported by digital learning tools—as the path to building a better school district.
California's public higher education crisis has a flip side: swelling enrollment, expanding faculty, and state-of-the-art construction at the state's private colleges and universities.