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For the third year in row, enrollment at Massachusetts public colleges and universities has declined. The trend follows demographic shifts and carries economic implications.

Harvard University says it has achieved a major goal: reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent over the past ten years.

Every three years, half a million 15-year-olds from dozens of education systems around the world take the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), which measures their proficiency in reading, math and science. Massachusetts is one of only two states in the U.S. that pays to participate as a "mini nation,” hoping its investment will pay off.

Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, is once again flying  a U.S. flag in the center of campus. Early Friday morning, college officials reversed the removal of the flag at that one location that drew sharp criticism.

Flag burning is one of those hot button issues. While it angers most Americans, it is protected as free speech. WGBH's Jim Braude weighs in on what’s been going on at Hampshire College and President Elect Donald Trump’s reaction to it.

A report published on Wednesday from the Government Accountability Office shows that the amount of student loan debt the U.S. could have to forgive is more than $100 billion dollars — much higher than originally projected

A controversy surrounding a U.S. flag at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts has thrust the small liberal arts school into a national debate about nationalism, free speech, and civil dialogue.

Students who want to earn a master’s degree typically have to spend a year or two on campus and tens of thousands of dollars in tuition and fees. But several universities around the world are experimenting with a new, more affordable way to grant graduate degrees.

During his first lecture following the election of Donald J. Trump, Boston University Professor of Earth and Environment Cutler Cleveland got an expected question from a student: Did I choose the wrong major?

Students, faculty, staff and immigration advocates are calling on college and university administrators to make campuses “sanctuaries” for people who could face deportation under the policies of President-elect Donald Trump.

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