A slanted version of the events at Evergreen College keeps driving the conservative news cycle—all while students suffer.
Candidates cheer for themselves before sitting the National College Entrance Examination (a.k.a. Gaokao) outside an exam site on June 7th, 2018.
And that makes it hard for kids to choose the right school.
Solidarity creates a formidable challenge for the New York City university's administration.
Blame the high cost of tuition in the U.S. and the 2016 election results.
In a new era of protest and de-platforming, conservatives have defensively invested the First Amendment with a transcendent power and moral authority it does not warrant. What happens when equality and free speech are in direct opposition?
American conservatives keep attacking left-wing academics for what the right wing is actually doing.
A new study suggests the answer is yes.
The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools is not currently listed on the Department of Education's page of federally recognized accrediting agencies.
It's true that much of the scholarship that professors in the humanities produce is micro-focused and barely relevant to larger social concerns. But those academics would also be best served by ignoring that critique.
Australian researchers find the experience changes students' personalities—for the better.
Only 64 percent felt freedom of speech was secure in the U.S.
Tuition from international students at community colleges often helps the institutional bottom line. But is the education really helping international students?
Purdue University has received full approval from the Higher Learning Commission to convert the school into a new college called Purdue Global.
A recent study finds that female students are more likely to enroll in an upper-level economics class if they have encountered successful women role models in that field.
It's time universities began to think of themselves as producers of value, not arbiters of merit.
As the Trump administration waffles on the fate of DACA, colleges across the country are left filling the gaps—often with what limited resources they can cobble together.
If there's an upside to the government's failure to promote legitimate sex education, it's been the convergent rise of the local sex shop and the university seminar as two venues for frank and meaningful discussion.