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Since the election of President Donald Trump in 2016, the fate of “Dreamers” has been uncertain, especially in red states like Texas, where state officials have done their best to make sure DACA is wiped off the books.

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is leading 20 states urging U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to reject an application from what was once the nation's largest accreditor of for-profit colleges. Healey says the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools allowed schools to cheat students.

Harvard's announcement ends a seven month-long search for a new president.

Harvard is vowing to kick its fossil fuel habit by 2050. As a first step, the university will aim to become carbon-neutral by 2026.

After months of debate, the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester announced it is keeping its mascot, the Crusader. The small Catholic college has reaffirmed that students, athletes and alumni will continue to be known as Crusaders who fight for social justice.

College textbooks cost students dearly. One Boston-based publisher is trying to change that by offering an online subscription for $180 a year that includes thousands of texts and other course materials.

Most sought-after public universities often don’t reflect their state populations, new analysis shows

A new report finds that employers in the bio-pharmaceutical industry are increasingly demanding candidates with four-year degrees for jobs that once only required two-year associate's degrees.

The Brookings Institution finds four in ten student loan borrowers who enrolled in 2004 could default on their loans within the next five years.

A new report says hiring practices in Massachusetts' bio-pharmaceutical industry have shifted in the last few years, requiring more candidates have 4-year degrees.

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