According to one expert, virtually no one outside the Democratic Party leadership has any meaningful insight into who will lead the Department of Education in a few months’ time
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Half of regional governors’ dissertations contained copied text, and these plagiarists went on to perform worse in government, research suggests
Two professors are advocating for "mandatory" voting.
Education secretary says use of predicted grades in English system ‘breeds low aspiration and unfairness’
Texas Tech administrators said the university will host multiple in-person commencement ceremonies over a two-day period, as well as a virtual ceremony.
State-backed hackers from North Korea and Russia have been targeting organisations working on a coronavirus vaccine, Microsoft has said.
Judges rule there is no evidence of discrimination against Asian Americans. Case is headed to Supreme Court.
The University of California Santa Barbara announced that it will offer paid “Racial Justice Fellowships” to four graduate students.
Before being allowed to register for spring classes, MIT students are required to take diversity training.
Despite the pitfalls from the pandemic, B-schools in the U.S. showed surprising resilience, according to data from the Graduate Management Admission Council.