WASHINGTON— The Obama administration is taking new steps to protect students amid increased scrutiny of for-profit colleges and other schools. The Education Department said Monday that it was creating a new student aid enforcement unit that will "respond more quickly and efficiently to allegations of illegal actions by higher education institutions."» Read More
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More accredited law schools may offer online classes after an unprecedented move by the ABA.
Common Core has quickly become a political hot-button, especially for Republican hopefuls trying to distance themselves from Jeb Bush.
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UMass reversed a controversial policy change and continue to accept Iranian nationals into science and engineering programs, NBC News reports.
Immigration patterns have made affirmative action harder to promote at a time when support is flagging. One academic explains why.
The CNBC Crowdfinance Services Index represents private service industry companies raising the most capital through equity crowdfunding.
A new test measures whether kids know the ins and outs of a computer. Thousands of Canadian kids took the test and they excelled.
Google, the world's largest Internet company by market value, is in the early days of its next big bet: education.
Ivy League degrees may be prestigious, but a new analysis suggests they may not get you the best starting salary. The Washington Post reports.
The $7 billion market for tutoring services is in the midst of a transformation, driven by new technology.
Former trader Sam Polk talks about how he successfully broke up with Wall Street and launched a start up — and that epic job interview with Michael Milken.
Money Magazine’s surprising college rankings has Babson College ahead of Harvard and other notable Ivy League schools.
Some disabled workers are becoming increasingly valuable to employers looking for mathematical, scientific and mechanical skills.
In 36 states electing governors, it's all about the economy. Governors seeking re-election promised to turn things around. Have they?
Starbucks unveiled an employee scholarship partnership with Arizona State, but the company won't be contributing as much as it implied.
Despite Mark Zuckerberg's $100 million gift to Newark, critics say the city has not turned into a "symbol of educational excellence."
Some states are better than others at giving their residents the best return on their "tax investment."