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Mr. Daniels is portrayed as one of academe’s disruptive forces. But look at his record, and you’ll find that he’s still a moderate.
Several of the companies that now dominate the industry, with billions in revenue, are led by executives who earned their chops at his businesses.
With new federal rules looming, colleges try to reach students using online courses featuring "cheesy" acting, a cheeseburger analogy, and lessons in bystander intervention.
To protest the withdrawal of a job offer to the controversial professor, at least two speakers have canceled engagements.
Academics questioned an assertion that the University of Illinois had to reinforce an expectation of a community "that values civility as much as scholarship.”
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Struggling borrowers have been slow to sign up for new federal programs that could reduce their loan payments. Now the Obama administration is reaching out to their in-boxes.
Mustapha Marrouchi remains on the faculty despite using other scholars’ words, without citation, in his published works.
The fictional student and counselor—"Libby" and "Art," get it?—were dreamed up by the Council of Independent Colleges.
A study’s findings about the paths transfer students took, and how many credits came with them, may help policy makers close gaps in the process.
Higher-education groups support two bills that would exempt colleges from the law’s mandate that they provide health coverage to some student workers.
The department chose Colin McGinn for his scholarship, but a prominent woman in the discipline says the university did the right thing.
Nearby colleges scramble to assure students that their campuses are safe. Elsewhere, students are protesting.
Not all institutions categorize students the same way when they report their data to the Education Department.
The Education Department has warned borrowers not to share their government-issued PINs with student-loan-relief firms, citing concerns about identity theft and fraud.
Forcing them to work through impasses can promote deeper levels of comprehension, researchers find.
A look at how the college application has changed over the past century, through the experience of one North Carolina institution.
A committee voted instead to censure Wallace L. Hall Jr., whose scrutiny of the University of Texas flagship stirred debate about the appropriate role of a regent.
The only thing that deters terrorists is if "they know that their sister or their mother will be raped," Mordechai Kedar of Bar-Ilan University said last month.