Gun violence is âhyperendemic,â some researchers say, and they are struggling to rebuild its study following a long pause in federal funding.
The company said it was slowing growth in its core business of online graduate programs while pursuing shorter courses and boot camps.
The recently shuffled Board of Trustees voted this week to reset the community collegeâs search process, drawing scrutiny from faculty members and watchdogs.
George Washington University announced last week it would slash its undergraduate enrollment by 20 percent over five years.
The suit alleges the department and its secretary, Betsy DeVos, have mismanaged the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. Almost none of the 73,500 people who have applied for relief have received it.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Ilhan Omar will introduce bills to forgive $1.6 trillion for 45 million Americans and make public colleges free. But scholars dispute whether a blanket fix would be best.
A tight labor market is pushing a handful of companies to re-examine their preference for hiring four-year graduates.
In a tight labor market, a small but growing number of two-year colleges and big companies are finding ways to fill jobs that used to go to four-year-college graduates.
The universityâs flagship campus has, by one measure, the nationâs largest population of such students. Hereâs how it plans to minimize the financial fallout from recent geopolitical tensions.
Dannel P. Malloy drew controversy for his changes in state higher education as the former Democratic governor of Connecticut. In an interview, he discusses what heâs learned, and his plans as new chancellor of the Maine system.