Stephen Schwarzman, co-founder and CEO of Blackstone Group, has created the Schwarzman Scholars program that aims to gather, educate and influence the next generation of global leaders.
WASHINGTON, June 22- Nurses, teachers and other public-sector workers expecting their outstanding student loans to soon disappear under a U.S. debt-forgiveness program could be in for a surprise, with a government report on Thursday showing loan servicers may have mishandled the process for many borrowers. The report from the Consumer Financial Protection...
State records reviewed by The Associated Press show Navient Corp. has reported spending at least $44,000 since January on lobbyists in Maine, New York and Washington, states where lawmakers are considering licensing requirements. Lawmakers this year have considered such licensing and oversight bills in at least 10 states, including Illinois and...
Apple has pledged $100 million to bring technology and services into 114 underserved schools across the United States.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology officials said U.S. President Donald Trump badly misunderstood their research.
Christopher Gray, Scholly co-founder and CEO, discusses how the company's simple search platform is helping students find the funds to achieve their education dreams.
Hillary Clinton returned to her alma mater, Wellesley College, to deliver this year's commencement address at the Massachusetts school.
David Levin, McGraw-Hill Education CEO, discusses results from a new "Future Workforce" survey that reveals how recent graduates feel about entering the job market as the struggle under the weight of student loans.
Attention Game of Thrones fans, David Peterson, the man behind Dothraki is teaching a language invention class at U.C. Berkeley.
Raise.me, a for-profit startup, explains to CNBC's "On the Money" why its a good thing to pay students for good grades.
The student loan debt tab has ballooned to $1.4 trillion, but many high schoolers still don't think they will borrow for college.
Duff McDonald, "The Golden Passport" author, talks about the history of cronyism among Harvard Business School graduates and why he thinks the school needs to get back to its original thesis of preserving capitalism.
Colleges should apply to us and hope parents accept them, says Jake Novak
Scientists at Vanderbilt University have found a new purpose for the sugary treat — holding the key to what could be the future for making artificial organs.
The future of a Budapest university founded by billionaire philanthropist George Soros depends on an agreement between the Hungarian and U.S. governments.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry takes issue with the election at his alma mater, Texas A&M University.
The school is hoping to make its application process more accessible.
Renu Khator, University of Houston Chancellor, former Dallas Fed chair, weighs in on the health of the U.S. economy, skills gap and cost of higher education. With Tilman Fertitta, Landry's Restaurants Chairman & CEO.
In May, the Facebook founder and CEO will head back to Harvard, the school he dropped out of to start his social network company.
Oxford University has refuted claims that it could launch its first overseas campus amid Brexit pressures.