A major study led by a lifelong Republican debunks this popular right-wing talking point.
The plan, which has drawn intense criticism for its specificity, is just one piece of a bigger proposal.
In the nationwide debate over campus free speech, a lot of apparent disagreement derives from failing to separate the objects of study, and the habitat where study takes place.
A new study finds students believe it is a teacher's responsibility to get them to not use technology for purposes unrelated to class.
As more students search for their next meal, there's increasing demand for programs that go beyond the food pantry.
Like many U.S. colleges, Indiana University–Northwest is seeing a sharp rise in Latinx students—but support for them is lagging.
The College Board plans to score a student's adversity from one to 100.
Amherst's "Common Language Guide" set off a conservative media firestorm, pitting free speech against equality.
Tuition costs have ballooned since the 1970s, but some argue making college free is a regressive solution.
Progressives often debate whether universal or targeted policies are best suited to create a more equal society. Warren's college plan brilliantly combines them both.
Universities are increasingly turning to graduate programs to balance their books. Students are shouldering the costs.
Warren's plan includes proposals for the elimination of student loan debt for most students, an expansion of grants for low-income students, and free public education.
Bipartisan legislation in the Senate and House of Representatives would make prisoners eligible for Pell Grants, reversing a clause in the 1994 crime bill that stripped such eligibility.
The course, offered at the University of Washington, teaches that the proliferation of algorithms and data is making misinformation more widespread.