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  • Oct 9- For-profit college operator Apollo Education Group Inc said the U.S. Department of Defense has placed its University of Phoenix on probation, barring the unit from recruiting students on military bases or using federal money to fund tuition. Apollo said the university's participation in the department's tuition-assistance program was placed on...

  • COLUMN-Of course college is worth it Monday, 5 Oct 2015 | 9:00 AM ET

    LOS ANGELES, Oct 5- For a nation that needs more college graduates, we seem oddly hellbent on discouraging as many people as possible from getting degrees. The latest headlines, prompted by a multiyear survey on attitudes toward college conducted by pollster Gallup and Purdue University, provide breathtaking examples. Recent graduates were less enthusiastic...

  • Google virtual-reality system enlivens education Monday, 28 Sep 2015 | 1:31 PM ET
    A still image from a Google for Education video

    Google's virtual field trip system uses virtual-reality viewers made of cardboard and a phone. The New York Times reports.

  • LOS ANGELES, Sept. 28- Parents who borrowed to put their kids through college now have several options to refinance their federal PLUS loans, including, in some cases, the ability to transfer their debt to those children. Some of those lenders- including SoFi, CommonBond, Earnest, Citizens Bank and Darien Rowayton Bank- added PLUS refinancing in the past year.

  • Green schools—better for kids' health? Friday, 25 Sep 2015 | 2:00 PM ET
    Martin J. Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York, USA. Built in 2005 by architect Bruce Fowle of FXFOWLE Architects. Included many environmentally conscious features in its roofing, heating and use of recycled materials.

    Green schools are not only good for the environment, they may be good for kids' health, too, says Rick Fedrizzi.

  • Yale's endowment posts 11.5 pct returns Thursday, 24 Sep 2015 | 5:47 PM ET

    Sept 24- Yale University's investment return was 11.5 percent for the year ended June 30, valuing its endowment at $25.6 billion, according to a report on the university newsletter. Harvard University's endowment posted a 5.8 percent return in 2015 to hit a record $37.6 billion. Harvard's endowment remains the largest in the world.

  • The draft study by Emory University law professor Urska Velikonja, slated to be published in the Cornell Law Review, examined 15 years worth of SEC enforcement data. It found that a host of problems, including double-counting cases, has enabled the SEC to "mask the fact that core enforcement has remained steady since 2002.". "They way that the SEC counts enforcement...

  • LOS ANGELES, Sept 23- Millennial parents are far more likely than their predecessors to save for their children's educations and far more of them want to pay the whole tab for college, according to a survey. Millennial parents have spent much if not all of their adult lives living with the fallout from the financial crisis, said Keith Bernhardt, vice president of...

  • What school has the most alums on Wall Street? Wednesday, 23 Sep 2015 | 9:00 AM ET
    Banners hang outside Memorial Church on the Harvard University campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    Based on a ranking of graduates in financial management, the University of Pennsylvania beats Harvard on a Wall Street college scorecard.

  • YOUR MONEY-Debt-free college grads: How do they do it? Wednesday, 23 Sep 2015 | 9:00 AM ET

    More than $1 trillion in total outstanding student debt across the United States. Almost seven in 10 college grads emerge owing money, with an average debt of $28,400 for the Class of 2013, according to the Institute for College Access and Success. First she earned a business degree from the public College of Staten Island, which charged a reasonable $2,000 a...

  • But he and his small research team at West Virginia University may have done exactly that, with a $50,000 study which produced early evidence that Volkswagen AG was cheating on U.S. vehicle emissions tests, setting off a scandal that threatens the German automaker's leadership, reputation and finances. The results of that study, which was paid for by the...

  • But he and his small research team at West Virginia University may have done exactly that, with a $50,000 study which produced early evidence that Volkswagen AG was cheating on U.S. vehicle emissions tests, setting off a scandal that threatens the German automaker's leadership, reputation and finances. The results of that study, which was paid for by the...

  • What CEOs can learn from Trump and Hillary Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015 | 12:41 PM ET
    Republican presidential candidates (L-R) Ben Carson, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Donald Trump participate in the presidential debate hosted by FOX News and Facebook at the Quicken Loans Arena August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio.

    Presidential candidates draft experts to help them learn about complex issues. CEOs can do the same, says Alexander Saint-Amand.

  • U.S. universities lead in innovation, Asia a rising power Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015 | 12:00 AM ET

    The inaugural Reuters Top 100 survey, published on Wednesday, places Stanford University in top spot, reflecting its position as a crucible for new ideas at the heart of Silicon Valley. Stanford alumni have gone on to create some of the world's biggest technology companies, including Hewlett-Packard, Yahoo and Google. South Korea has eight schools in the top 100...

  • But the cost makes it a reality for only about 300,000, or 1 percent, of students each year, according to NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Brown University students, for example, must pay $24,136 for a semester in such locations as London and Kyoto, Japan, excluding health insurance, travel, housing, meals, books and miscellaneous expenses.

  • The edtech start-up backed by Mark Zuckerberg Friday, 11 Sep 2015 | 12:56 PM ET

    This week, children across the country went back to school, and many are going into pilot programs started, sponsored or aided by Silicon Valley.

  • The video game turning kids into math wizards Friday, 11 Sep 2015 | 10:18 AM ET
    Students participate in a game-based learning Minecraft course at Zaniac in Park City, Utah

    Millions of kids play this popular game that educators say builds 21st-century skills in science, technology, engineering and math.

  • CHICAGO, Sept 8- When 17- year-old Brian Dardon told his mother he wanted to pursue a career in manufacturing, she was full of apprehension. To Diane Dardon, a Protestant chaplain at a Chicago university, manufacturing meant performing rote, unskilled tasks with little job security. Brian has just started his senior year at Wheeling High School in the Chicago...

  • STELLENBOSCH, South Africa, Sept 7- Students at South Africa's Stellenbosch University are threatening to go beyond protest marches and seek a legal right to be taught in English rather than Afrikaans, the language they identify with apartheid. Now students at Stellenbosch, north of Cape Town in prime vineyard country, are challenging the use in some courses of...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 2- Investors might want to put aside all that Wall Street research and instead turn their eyes to Twitter. A new study by academics at Johns Hopkins University finds that crowd-sourced company earnings estimates and sentiment data generated by tweets may be both more accurate than Wall Street's offerings and help generate trading profits.