Tagged With Higher Education

Why student debt will keep rising despite loan-forgiveness programs lawmakers are proposing in Congress

AOC criticizes Biden's opposition to $50,000 in student loan forgiveness, saying his argument 'is looking shakier by the day'

PRESENTING: 64 edtech startups looking to disrupt Harvard as part of a $9 billion market

More than a quarter of VET student loans go unpaid. The Productivity Commission says Australia should collect those debts from the dead.

A Princeton professor warned students not to take his class while in China amid the country's tightening grip on dissent

SCOTT GALLOWAY: Higher education needs an overhaul. Here are 9 changes that need to happen to make college worth it again.

Apple and Google are looking for new ways to hire people without college degrees — but experts say college might still be your best bet for landing a high-paying tech job

After apologizing for its record on diversity, Harvard Business School is hiring a chief diversity officer, expanding scholarships, and planning to recruit more Black faculty

Big Ten schools change minds, vote to start football season in October

A Syracuse University professor was placed on leave after labelling coronavirus as 'Chinese Communist Party Virus' in course syllabus

6 days after reopening, the University of Alabama has over 500 coronavirus cases. Now the student newspaper is telling the administration: 'We won't be your PR.'

The 30 best colleges in America, based on how much they cost and how much you'll make after graduating

How the University of North Carolina went from a leader in college reopenings to what the student paper called a 'clusterf---' with 135 coronavirus cases in just 7 days

Purdue suspended 36 students for partying. It shows how the coronavirus can't stop keggers and college reopenings are doomed.

The head of North Carolina's college system knows who to blame for Chapel Hill's botched reopening: Not the school but 'students behaving irresponsibly off campus'

A Yale administrator told students to prepare for 'possibly deaths' — and it shows what a predictable disaster reopening is

UPenn just rolled back return-to-campus plans and is dropping its planned bump in tuition, as more schools reconsider in-person classes

I'm the president of a college Scott Galloway predicted would 'perish' — but he overlooked one important thing

As fewer students choose to enroll in the wake of coronavirus, some colleges are promising tuition-free semesters

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