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WASHINGTON, Feb 5- President Barack Obama will propose a $2.5 billion tax credit over five years for businesses that invest in programs at local community colleges and hire their graduates, administration officials said on Friday. "Employers can define those skills and help colleges develop the curriculum that teaches them," said James Kvall, White House...
John Hope Bryant, talks about "Operation Hope," the first-ever nonprofit financial service network for underserved communities.
Security has been closely monitoring a Pakistan university attended by Tashfeen Malik on concerns militancy was taking hold there.
American novelist James Patterson is on a mission. His goal is to get more people to read and to "draw attention" to illiteracy.
As more migrants travel to Europe or are displaced by conflict in the Middle East, another problem has emerged – education.
Private international schools in China that do not admit Chinese nationals, have far less red tape to contend with than those that do.
Singapore gets rave reviews as an expat destination but there's one big downside: School fees. And they're just going to get bigger.
No planes, trains or central bank decisions: Life in South Korea came to a halt on Thursday as students sat college exams.
Maryland-backed TEDCO seeds as many start-ups as Goldman Sachs.
Private equity giant Bain Capital has turned its sights on Asia, leveraging its experience in consumer and payment businesses.
Despite rising tuition rates and larger student debt burdens, data still show a college degree pays off. NBC News reports.
Research by Poets & Quants shows that highly qualified students are already getting rejected from Harvard Business School.
Pace University is giving higher education a new meaning by opening 33 Beekman, the world's tallest college residence.
Cities around China are carving out tracts of land for school parks - dubbed "education factories" - designed for hundreds of thousands of students.
Two small private liberal arts colleges are actually cutting tuition next year — by more than 40 percent.
Green schools are not only good for the environment, they may be good for kids' health, too, says Rick Fedrizzi.
Based on a ranking of graduates in financial management, the University of Pennsylvania beats Harvard on a Wall Street college scorecard.
Presidential candidates draft experts to help them learn about complex issues. CEOs can do the same, says Alexander Saint-Amand.
This week, children across the country went back to school, and many are going into pilot programs started, sponsored or aided by Silicon Valley.
Millions of kids play this popular game that educators say builds 21st-century skills in science, technology, engineering and math.