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A private company that conducts interviews of prospective students helps American colleges keep up with the growing number of applicants from China.
Colin Kingston, a 24-year-old former student at the university, fatally stabbed two current students, one of whom was his ex-girlfriend, in a house near campus, the police said.
The university will pay a settlement and provide free undergraduate education to the 12 children of Samuel DuBose, an unarmed black man who was shot by a campus policeman.
Although we have many resources in our ever-growing M.L.K. Day collection, this year we want to highlight one in particular, an essay that appeared in The New York Times Magazine in September.
A lawsuit is challenging the way decisions are made — including selling rights to a high-rise next door — at the nonprofit art school in Manhattan.
Much of the money pouring into ed tech is going to start-ups focused on corporate training or professional skills, creating greater financing hurdles for companies that develop apps for school use.
A bus crash involving Columbia students in Honduras highlighted concerns over the safety of the many students studying or volunteering in foreign countries.
In this Poetry Pairing, Lily Cao’s poem “Memento” appears with a 2012 article, “It’s Not Me, It’s You,” by Alex Williams.
This short documentary shows the inner workings of an inpatient Internet addiction rehabilitation center where Chinese teenagers are “deprogrammed.”
The Learning Network: Student Question | When Was the Last Time You Did Something That Scared or Challenged You?
Would you be interested in trying a “Year of Yes” experiment? How about a “Week of Yes” or even just a “Day of Yes”?
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s new budget would shift one-third of the City University’s costs to the city from the state, displeasing Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Female students and professionals have been using the hashtag #astroSH to share stories of how sexism has affected them.
The slate of five running for the Board of Overseers, which helps set strategy for the university, was put together by a conservative advocate from California.
Along with Vocabulary.com, our collaborators for Word of the Day, we invite you to create a short video that defines or teaches any of the words in our now nearly 1500-words strong collection.
Mr. Klein, who left the schools in 2010 to work for Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation as leader of a digital education division, will become a top executive at Oscar.