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No restraining order from judge, but university agrees to reschedule hearing
Hillsdale College is suing the University of Missouri for allegedly neglecting the wishes of Mizzou graduate and conservative donor Sherlock Hibbs’ $5 million gift.
Dream Center Education Holdings, a subsidiary of a Los Angeles-based megachurch, had no experience in higher education when it petitioned the federal Education Department to let it take over a troubled chain of for-profit trade schools.
Facebook is facing immense pressure from US regulators over its plans to launch a digital currency, Libra, in association with more than 20 partners including Visa, MasterCard and Uber.
Years-long fight over federal rules governing state standards for online education could imperil standing of tens of thousands of students.
Rising numbers of overseas academics have been hit with visa denials or refused entry to Palestine, scholars say
A University of Mississippi professor who was recently granted tenure says he "meant it" when he called teenage Trump supporters "modern day Hiterjugend."
When the U.S. government’s private-investment arm teamed with New York-based real-estate investor W.P. Carey Inc. to finance the expansion of a prestigious university in Ghana, it was meant to demonstrate a novel for-profit funding model for development projects in Africa.
To help students understand what they’re getting into when they head off to college — and to pick the campus that best suits them — the Department of Education is expanding its College Scorecard that tracks various metrics at thousands of institutions across the nation.