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Democratic attorneys general in 17 states and the District of Columbia are suing U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos over an Obama-era rule meant to protect students and taxpayers from being defrauded by for-profit schools.

NCAA president Mark Emmert is speaking out and defending his agency, weeks after the FBI arrested ten people for accepting bribes to funnel college basketball players to agents, shoe companies and financial advisers.

Students at the University of Boston say fewer courses and faculty are making it increasingly difficult to graduate on time and with less debt.

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.

Two years ago, schools started giving scholarship athletes modest stipends to meet the rest of their expenses. These stipends are not paychecks, but some schools don't offer them for philosophical reasons.

A new government study finds for-profit college students are much more likely to default on their loans than students who go to four-year public universities and community colleges.

Harvard faculty are meeting Tuesday afternoon to reconsider a proposed ban on fraternities, sororities and other single-gender social clubs. After recommending the College prohibit students from joining the groups, they may be backtracking after receiving flack from former students.

An education non-profit has been helping former gang members and convicted felons, from some of the most troubled neighborhoods in the city, get to college and giving them a paycheck to do it.

The Trump administration announced Friday it's rolling back some of the Obama-era guidance on how colleges handle sexual assault investigations.

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