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The academic leaders urged the president-elect and Congress to protect public education.
Los Angeles Valley College sent a bitcoin payment to unlock its computer files, an alarming issue facing higher education.
Colleges and universities are going to need to prove their value or risk losing their best marketing pitch in decades about why it's worth going to their institution.
'It is especially urgent to advocate effectively for a broadly based pragmatic liberal education when confronted by ignorant authoritarians who reject inquiry in favor of fear mongering and prejudice. '
A program at Georgetown University concentrates on leadership skills and collaborating.
The Talladega College Marching Tornadoes have been under fire for agreeing to perform in the Trump inaugural parade.
Students and educators across the US officially will observe the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on Monday. -More-
The US Supreme Court heard arguments this week about defining a free, appropriate public education for students with disabili -More-
President Barack Obama's administration has left its imprint on education policy. -More-
Field trips may help deepen student learning, according to a two-year study of students from about a dozen New York schools. -More-
Elementary-school teacher Paul Carver says social media tools such as Instagram and Skype have helped his classroom become "m -More-
Welcoming refugee students into the classroom is a balance between academic gains and creating safe spaces for children, writ -More-
State University of New York at Buffalo geographer Peter Rogerson, who published research in 2015 identifying the geographica -More-
The NCSS Board of Directors has approved the following slate of candidates for the 2016-17 Board of Directors and officer ele