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Republican lawmakers are rushing to pass a sweeping tax bill before Christmas. And with it, big changes for higher education – and how we pay for it.

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for not forgiving the loans of former students at a for-profit college chain.

Governor Charlie Baker has announced a new program for adult residents in Massachusetts to take classes in advanced manufacturing at local vocational high schools.

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced Monday General Electric, Microsoft and Partners Healthcare will partner with edX, an online learning platform developed by Harvard and MIT, to increase the number of students who earn degrees and certificates online.

A national survey out today estimates colleges experienced a slight drop in new international students this year.

Pulitzer Prize-winner Dan Golden's new book, Spy Schools, examines the links between domestic and foreign intelligence agencies and American universities. On Campus Radio talked to Golden about these connections and what they mean for the future of higher education.

NCAA President Mark Emmert spoke on a panel at Harvard this week about the role of sports in college academics. Among other topics, Emmert spoke about the recent men's basketball scandals, the role of amateurism in college sports and how race plays into athletics.

A national women's rights group is suing U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for rescinding an Obama-era directive on how colleges handle sexual assault complaints.

Facing dwindling enrollment, Wheelock College has agreed to merge with Boston University. The two schools will become one beginning June of next year.

A new Georgetown University study shows Latinos are lagging behind blacks and whites in college completion rates and as a result find themselves stuck in middle-wage jobs.

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