Commercial aid steers research agenda away from public health impacts, Australian study suggests
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Big corporate rivalries - Coca-Cola and Pepsi, Boeing and Airbus, McDonald's and Burger King - tend to have one thing in common: competition for the same business.
New national poll found students were satisfied over all with the quality of college classes this fall, with some discrepancies for those taking completely online classes.
The University of North Texas is being sued by a conservative think tank and student organization for its out-of-state tuition costs.
Students at the University of Northwestern-St. Paul recently held a rally that included criticisms of the Christian university’s approach to racial issues.
Rising graduation rates mean more high schoolers receiving diplomas than previously expected as classes diversify rapidly. But by the mid-2020s, class sizes start shrinking.
Big tech firms face yearly checks on how they are tackling illegal and harmful content under new rules unveiled by the European Commission.
'Prospective students need to hear how higher education can be accessible, affordable and productive'
Virus management earns no brownie points for Antipodean education, with UK ranked higher even on safety
Tennessee State University has hired Rev. Al Sharpton as a "Distinguished Guest Lecturer."