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In her book “American Scripture: Making the Declaration of Independence,” Professor Maier chipped away at mythology.
The study centered on whether elephants understand hand gestures from humans. But by including young people, the lead researcher had an experiment within an experiment.
The highly competitive admissions process for universities appears to be a driving force behind the phenomenon of celebrity tutors.
Australia is the most expensive country for foreign students to pursue a higher education, surpassing the United States and Britain, according to a new report.
The master’s degree offered by the Georgia Institute of Technology through massive open online courses has the potential to disrupt higher education.
Despite bipartisan support, the Legislature did not approve tuition revenue bonds to provide more than $2.7 billion for about 60 campus construction projects.