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Day-to-day individual choices matter less than we think, but national policies seem to matter a lot.
Knowing by major and by program how much money students borrow (and later earn) could shake up the higher education market.
A new study found that 90 percent of young people killed by an intimate partner from 2003 to 2016 were girls.
Krumulus, a small bookstore in Germany, has everything a kid could want: parties, readings, concerts, plays, puppet shows, workshops and book clubs.
People who came from higher social classes were more likely to have an inflated sense of their skills, a new study found. This overconfidence was interpreted by strangers as competence.
The billionaire Robert F. Smith said in a commencement address at Morehouse College on Sunday that his family would eliminate the new graduates’ student loans.
The billionaire Robert F. Smith said in a commencement address at Morehouse College on Sunday that his family would pay off the new graduates’ student loans.
In a 10-point declaration of his education policy priorities, the Vermont senator framed efforts to curtail charter schools as a means to “desegregate” public education.
The College Board, which administers the SAT, is joining a broadening movement toward using race-neutral alternatives to affirmative action.
Higher education officials are calling on Congress to fix a provision in the Trump administration’s tax overhaul that has caused unintended tax increases.
Two months after the scandal broke, Georgetown said it planned to dismiss two students. One is suing, saying the university denied him due process.
The museum, opening Thursday on Liberty Island, reminds visitors of the vague and often dubious ideal of “liberty for all.”
In a milestone for synthetic biology, colonies of E. coli thrive with DNA constructed from scratch by humans, not nature.
In a multiracial America, school segregation looks very different than it did in 1954, when the Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education. But it still persists.
Students in Winthrop House, where Robert S. Sullivan Jr. and his wife served as residential deans, had called for his resignation. Harvard chose not to renew their contracts.
While college campuses have become the battleground for Title IX debates, the mishandling of sexual assault cases in primary and secondary schools receives less attention.
Say cheese, boys and girls! Or say: big money, lawsuits, lice panics and monstrous little pyromaniacs.
Some prominent universities implicated in the admissions scandal swiftly announced new layers of oversight. Dozens more did the same out of public view.
Each year, we ask high school seniors to submit college application essays they’ve written about work, money, social class and related topics. Here are five that moved us.
The legislation, which is on the governor’s desk, would surcharge businesses like Microsoft and Amazon that rely on highly skilled workers.