As the cost of college grows, research shows that so does the number of hungry and homeless students at colleges and universities across the country.
ITT Technical Insitute announced on Tuesday it will cease academic operations at more than 130 campuses nationwide.
In a 3-1 decision this week, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that teaching and research assistants at Columbia University are covered employees under the National Labor Relations Act, and therefore have the right to unionize. The Board’s decision will have major financial and academic implications for private institutions of higher education throughout the United States, with the potential to impact both the balance sheets and the curriculum of private colleges and universities nationwide.
A report released Thursday finds nearly all jobs created since the Great Recession went to workers with at least some college education -- a trend is surfacing in our national politics.
In a 4-3 decision, the United States Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the use of race in admissions at the University of Texas at Austin. Colleges and universities that had filed amicus briefs in the case of Fisher v. University of Texas are welcoming the decision.
During his visit to Boston on Tuesday, U.S. Education Secretary John B. King Jr. discussed education and opportunity gaps and urged Massachusetts lawmakers to move beyond traditional rhetoric.
Graduation season is underway, and commencement speakers are taking the stage at ceremonies throughout the country. An MIT scientist explains why the speeches they deliver are likely to be forgotten.
The U.S. Department of Education is urging colleges and universities to limit their inquiries into applicants’ criminal records. The Obama administration wants colleges to support second chances.
The Obama administration is shining a spotlight on colleges and universities that increase access and improve outcomes for poor students, months after abandoning its plan to rank higher education institutions. The U.S. Education Department on Thursday released a new report celebrating colleges that enroll and graduate students from all backgrounds
There’s been a big push in this country to get more students into and through college. But according to a new report by the National Student Clearinghouse, the number of people who earn a degree in the U.S. has remained flat since 2012.