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Thomas J. LeBlanc, the University of Miami provost, will take the helm at GW.
Michelle Obama: 'Don’t be afraid — you hear me, young people? Don’t be afraid.' Text of her final speech as first lady.
She spoke to school counselors — at an event to honor the 2017 National Counselor of the Year — and students at the White House.
She is leaving her editorial position at The 74, an education news and advocacy site.
"If you're not in health, you're not a player," says university President John Simon
Muslim woman who voted for Trump asks Georgetown to intervene over professor's 'hateful, vulgar' messages
Georgetown associate professor Christine Fair called Asra Q. Nomani's appeal to her employer a “very dangerous trend.”
It was an emotional conclusion to a pointed speech that seemed to allude to concerns and fears about President-elect Donald Trump — without ever mentioning him by name.
Experiences with free college programs in other states suggests that the Cuomo plan will help low-income students cope with living expenses by galvanizing action from the colleges and universities.
Trump’s education nominee and her family members are major donors to the senators who will vote on her confirmation
Betsy DeVos’s family has given more than $800,000 to current senators since 2013 — more than the nation’s two largest teachers unions have given.
An analysis of how to create fair "accountability" systems.
Activists recently asked the magazine not to bow to “pressure from homosexual activists by including same-sex families.”
Then a private investigator came to the rescue.
The higher education lobby seeks to work with a man few expected to win the presidency. Mary Sue Coleman, president of the Association of American Universities, doesn't want to make any presumptions about what's to come.
The institutions that will no longer be operating as before are part of the de Blasio administration’s Renewal program for low-performing schools.
Five former ITT students took matters into their own hands this week by petitioning a federal bankruptcy court to consider loan forgiveness as part of the company’s liquidation.