Two rare documents are back where they belong after FBI agents tell Eyewitness News someone stole them from Girard College.
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Key UK government-commissioned research on higher education is “getting dusty” on departmental shelves rather than being published, a situation that is “worse than an embarrassment”, according to a former ministerial adviser.
After winning confirmation with the vice president's tie-breaking vote, new education secretary is expected to shift away from Obama policies on for-profit higher education, regulation and dealing with sexual assault on campus.
Days after Saint Joseph's College in Indiana announced it was temporarily shutting down, hundreds of students are left to find a new school.
For working women everywhere — whether on an assembly line or in front of a computer — the question "how does she do it all?" easily can trigger eye rolls.
Journalists are calling out a White House claim that news outlets are failing to adequately report terror attacks.
China will update its "green card" policy this year to make life easier for foreign residents ...
Editors of academic journals should be investigated for “professional negligence” if peer review at their publications takes too long, says a leading critic of the scholarly publishing industry.
New head of Education Department becomes the first cabinet official confirmed with a tie-breaking vote from the vice president.
Twitter has announced more changes intended to limit the amount of abuse on the network.