Indiana Kelley School of Business professor and faculty chair Phillip Powell, discusses how his school takes on the disruption of online education, and the immersive program at the school where students are thrust into danger zones to help small businesses get off the ground.» Read More
Ha-Joon Chang, economist and author at the University of Cambridge, discusses how economics is taught after U.K. students protested over the content of the degree courses.
CNBC's Sara Eisen reports on the recent protests by university students leading Christine Lagarde and Condoleezza Rice to back out of giving commencement speeches.
The average student loan debt for the class of 2012 is $29,400. Discussing what role the Fed could play in the student debt burden, with Derek Thompson, The Atlantic senior editor.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports Federal student loans, which are tied to the rise in the 10-Year Note, are going up.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen, Bob Pisani and Dominic Chu, look at today's Power Lunch stories, including Stanford choosing to no longer invest in coal mining companies.
*Board hires Barclays to explore strategic options. May 6- Corinthian Colleges Inc said it has breached debt covenants due to $76.5 million in charges, and said it had hired Barclays Plc to explore strategic options.
*Third-quarter profit $0.03/ shr vs est. May 6- Corinthian Colleges Inc said it would explore strategic alternatives as student enrollments decline and the company faces potential legal action from U.S. regulators. The California- based company faces potential legal action from U.S. consumer regulators over issues related to student loans.
May 6- Corinthian Colleges Inc said it would explore strategic alternatives as student enrollments decline and the company faces potential legal action from U.S. regulators. The for-profit education company said its board had authorized the retention of an investment bank to explore its options.
BALTIMORE, April 29- The Obama administration on Tuesday flagged the "daunting" levels of debt taken on to pay for college education in the United States, and pledged to take a closer look at the sustainability of that borrowing.
Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, shares his thoughts on whether college athletes will vote to unionize. And Robert Cox, Reuters Breakingviews, weighs in.
Austan Goolsbee, 32 Advisors strategic partner, shares his thoughts on what the U.S. workplace will look like in the future. Get some education, Goolsbee stresses. And the "Little Squawkers," weigh in.
John Calipari, University of Kentucky basketball coach, discusses building "servant leadership" in his team, and the big business of college basketball.
SAT uncertainty will drive more business to prep companies and private tutors as anxiety mounts among parents and students, experts predict.
Republican Senator Marco Rubio, a possible 2016 White House contender, unveiled legislation on Wednesday to broaden the use of financial vehicles known as "income share agreements" that students can use to fund their higher education costs.
Nicholas Allard, Brooklyn Law School dean, and Elie Mystal, Abovethelaw.com editor, discuss why Brooklyn Law School decided and is able to cut its tuition by 15 percent.
Republican Senator Marco Rubio, a possible 2016 White House contender, will unveil legislation on Wednesday to broaden the use of financial vehicles known as "income share agreements" that students can use to fund their higher education costs.
Enrollment at US colleges is sliding, but competition for spots at top universities is more cutthroat and anxiety-inducing than ever, NYT reports.
Spring is the season for college acceptances, and with them, financial aid awards. The numbers and forms can be confusing. CNBC's Kelley Holland has some advice on how to compare them.
Dr. Bernie Machen, University of Florida president, discusses his team's success trip on the road to the NCAA semi-finals, and the big business of college basketball.
Warren Buffett's sister, Doris, is offering a free online course on getting good value for the money you give away to charities.