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Mr. Briloff practiced accounting, but it was the articles he wrote for Barron’s that turned him into something of a celebrity.
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The Chronicle of Higher Education released their latest analysis of the compensation for United States college presidents.
The American Studies Association put a resolution to a vote of its almost 5,000 members, who had until Sunday night to cast their ballots online.
Since communism collapsed in Central and Eastern Europe two decades ago, private tertiary education has boomed. Now, demographics, recession and quality concerns are changing the picture.
The problem of unpaid tuition makes funding a constant challenge for public universities — and nearly impossible for some private, nonprofit ones.
The superintendent and three current or former city school officials in Steubenville, Ohio, pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges related to the 2012 rape of a 16-year-old girl.
Money might seem an impersonal gift, but it is usually welcome from anyone trying to pay tuition or student loans, and there are imaginative ways to give it.
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Agnes Heller has become a leading figure speaking out against the policies of Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his party, Fidesz.
A coalition of colleges will seek to create honors programs with competitive admissions, demanding academics and intensive guidance for highly talented students.