Baltimore City Public Schools have started to reopen, but it's a fraction of all the students so far. Out of roughly 80,000 students who attend public schools there, 2,000 have returned to in-person learning, and an expanded reopening was recently…
By Amna Nawaz, Courtney Norris
The questions around when to re-open more schools for in-person classes remains front and center for millions of Americans. Data show about 42 percent of all students between kindergarten and high school are in virtual-only schooling right now. Christopher Morphew,…
By Stephanie Sy, Courtney Norris
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many academic institutions across the country are dealing with outbreaks -- or offering only virtual learning in an attempt to prevent them. But one liberal arts school in Maine is seeking to avoid either fate.
By Jeffrey Brown, Gretchen Frazee
International students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall.
By Collin Binkley, Associated Press
Public universities pursuing federal funding would have to certify that they comply with the First Amendment, which already applies to them. Private universities, which have more flexibility in limiting speech, would need to commit to their own institutional rules. How…
An explosive scandal around bribery and cheating in college admissions has prompted new questions about access, race and inequality in elite higher education. Judy Woodruff explores some of them with Daniel Golden, senior editor at ProPublica and author of a…
By Corinne Segal, Ivette Feliciano
Months after Evergreen State College became the center of a national debate on race and education, one woman is working to build a more inclusive culture there.
By Meghana Keshavan, STAT
Taxpayers spend billions subsidizing the electric bills, equipment, and other overhead costs at university research labs. That funding may face steep cuts.
By Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed
Eighty leading colleges and universities are announcing today a plan to reverse a decades-long process by which colleges -- largely through the Common Application -- have made their applications increasingly similar.
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