Online education enrollment has continued to grow according to the new report, Digital Learning Compass: Digital Education Enrollment Report 2017. The overall enrollment in higher education, however, has fallen in the past three years.
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The founder and CEO of Facebook, and Harvard's most financially successful dropout, gave the commencement speech there on Thursday afternoon.
After judges once again reject the presidentâs policy, it may now be headed for a hearing by the Supreme Court.
The government is banned from collecting and reporting the earnings of graduates. But thatâs exactly what would-be college students need to know, say supporters of the latest push to make it happen.
The Trump administration wants to cut indirect-cost payments to universities that win research grants. That might not hurt Harvard, a witness told a House panel, but could hurt "the broad research mission."
Colleges are hiring professional staff members to respond to broader forces that are changing higher education, experts say.
The University of Maryland student who was charged with fatally stabbing Richard Collins III last week followed a far-right, racist Facebook page. But when it comes to speech and expression, there are limits on what officials can do.
A Pace University professor spends six to eight hours a day consuming the news and then turns it back on his class.
Blake Wentworth, whose lawyer denied the assertions on his behalf, had been suspended since last June.
The National Labor Relations Board has cleared the way for student workers at the University of Chicagoâs libraries to hold a union vote.
After initially saying the rejections were not reversible, Betsy DeVos, the education secretary, said 77 Upward Bound applications would get a second look.
James W. Runcie, chief operating officer of the Education Department's Office of Federal Student Aid, quit in a dispute over his scheduled testimony about improper payments in student-loan programs.
Protesters drew attention to labor conditions on the campus and their struggle to get administrators to bargain with their union. But the university still refuses to come to the table.
A week of celebration turned to sadness at a historically black college after a ROTC cadet was slain in a possibly racist attack.
The sanctions ranged from probation to official discipline, with more severe punishments going to those who continued to protest after the speaker left the lecture hall.
A number of student-aid programs would be eliminated, the NIH and NSF would suffer major cuts, and the arts and humanities endowments would be phased out. But the plan may change significantly in Congress.
The scholar has drawn vicious attacks online after a confrontation that got Richard Spencer kicked out of a gym. Unfazed, she fights back.
In a document posted online and then removed, funding for the National Institutes of Health would drop from $31.8 billion to $26 billion. But Congress may ignore the plan.
The controversy over Bruce Harreldâs hiring has quieted, but many faculty members remain dispirited by challenges facing the university.
Linda A. Livingstone, dean of the George Washington School of Business, said she is confident that cultural change can happen on the Texas campus.
The government has pledged to get a key Fafsa-filing resource back online by the time the next financial-aid season begins. But for many students, the current season hasn't even started yet.