Tagged With Education

2 Princeton grads just bought out hotels in Hawaii and Arkansas and are betting on college students paying them $15,000 to study in a 'bubble'


Within 11 days of schools opening, dozens of students and teachers have gotten COVID-19: 'I truly wish we'd kept our children home'


Colleges are reopening with an asterisk — they're deciding how many coronavirus cases would shut them down again



MED SCHOOL PREP: The ultimate guides to getting into the top medical schools in the world


A major Silicon Valley investor wants a teacher to set up a 'microschool' in his backyard — and he's offering to beat whatever salary they're making. He'll also throw in a $2,000 Uber Eats gift card.


Illinois officials call to abolish history classes in the state until an 'alternative' is set up to highlight underrepresented groups



Welcome to the future of dining halls: reservations, delivery, and robots


All the biggest (and weirdest) ideas schools around the world are considering to get students back in classrooms


The Maryland county where Barron Trump attends school has ordered private schools to stay closed until October


Less than half of US colleges are now planning for in-person classes


Trump-endorsed GOP candidate says Chinese students should be banned from studying chemistry and physics in the US


We're seeking nominations for a list of power players who are transforming education



Reopening a college right now is harder than ending the Cold War


How bleak is the college dorm situation? Well, Natural Light is offering up a mobile 'dorm from home' to fill the void for one college student


There was a huge online learning divide between high-poverty and low-poverty school districts this spring


The second-largest teachers' union in the US said it supports strikes to ensure safe classrooms



The GOP's new stimulus package ties two-thirds of school funding to reopening


Private tuition is booming in the UK during COVID-19. We spoke to leading tutors about why online learning is here to stay.


College Greek life has already been stricken by coronavirus outbreaks, but cancelling parties may not be enough to keep people safe


College Greek life has already been stricken by coronavirus outbreaks, but cancelling parties may not be enough to keep people safe