With campuses mostly empty, college towns are reporting low response rates for the 2020 Census. The U.S. Census Bureau is allowing colleges to submit more data to get a more accurate count of students.
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Providing a safe, seamless experience will be a challenge, but institutions are taking proactive measures for reopening.
Hackers have broken into real news websites and posted fake stories stirring up anti-Nato sentiment, a cyber-security firm has warned.
In what critics say is defiance of Supreme Court ruling, Trump administration says it will reject new DACA applications and shorten the renewal period to one year.
Senate Republicans unveiled the HEALS Act, a $1 trillion supplement to the CARES Act passed earlier this year.
Responding to a lawsuit by several state Democratic attorneys general, nearly as many of their Republican counterparts are coming to the defense of the Department of Education’s new Title IX rules.
Publisher says investigation under way after academics call for retraction of ‘unscholarly’ paper by influential voice on US welfare reform
TikTok has launched a direct attack on Facebook, accusing it of being a "copycat" and trying to end TikTok's presence in the US under the guise of patriotism.
An analysis of a well-read blog post, from a professor of marketing, that lists 89 colleges that may perish and 129 that will struggle in the coming months
The Rutgers English Department will change its Graduate Writing Program so that it "challenges the familiar dogma" of traditional English teachings.