The report did not name a specific school in a city that has more than two dozen higher education institutions.
Amid growing concern over default rates on student debt, federal officials are considering new regulations to protect borrowers.
Eid Al-Adha 2015: NYC Muslim Students Celebrate Victory As Public Schools Observe Religious Holiday For The First Time
On Thursday, New York City public schools will close to mark Eid al-Adha -- and many Muslim families are hailing the decision.
English Teacher Jobs In China: Caucasian Only Newspaper Ad Could Violate Hong Kong's Anti-Discrimination Ordinance, Report Says
"I’d be lying if I didn't say that as a person of color, you may encounter some discrimination," a black English teacher said.
The currency in Nigeria, Africa's largest economy and top oil producer, has been hit hard by a global oil glut and crashing crude prices.
The widow of the Apple co-founder is looking to radically alter the U.S. education system with a $50 million fund.
In a wrongful dismissal suit brought against Citigroup, a former trader is alleging wrongdoing on the part of senior managers.
Former Intel CEO Craig Barrett said he was "disappointed" by the move that ended the company's 17-year support of the contest.
For the first year, U.S. News & World Report surveyed college presidents, provosts and admissions deans to determine which were the "Most Innovative Schools."
The U.S. News & World Report list released Wednesday ranked which colleges offer the best deals: a high quality education for low costs.
What Are The Most International Universities? Top US Colleges For Highest Percentage Of Foreign Students Ranked
U.S. News & World Report released its annual college rankings Wednesday, including a look at schools with the highest number of foreign students.
The U.S. News & World Report ranks colleges on 16 different measures of academic quality.
As candidates pledge to improve college affordability, some also have developed cozy relationships with controversial for-profit schools.
The newly released game comes with a birthday surprise and a reference to horror game P.T.
The cannabis industry has battled stigma and now marijuana universities are determined to foster a sense of legitimacy for pot professionals.
As Indian markets reacted to global panic over China's economic future, India's central bank governor and finance minister sought to reassure local investors.
The move comes at a time when developing countries around the world are devaluing their currencies.
The highest number of children killed themselves on Sept. 1, the day that many schools reopen.
McKinney Texas Police: Amid Pool Party Scandal, Black Students Arrested At Higher Rates, New Report Shows
"Inadequate training and racial bias" among officers placed in schools can lead to deadly consequences, justice advocates said.
The yuan fell again Wednesday to a four-year low, triggering concerns of a currency war as other export-oriented economies rush to react to China's move.
China's central bank sought to reassure financial markets on Wednesday that it was not embarking on a steady depreciation.
The suit alleges she was told if she wanted to keep her job, she would either have to proclaim the pregnancy a mistake and break up with the father, or marry immediately.
The first U.S. rate hike in almost a decade is predicted to come next month, based on comments from one Fed policymaker.
European stocks reversed some of the previous day's gains but there was some respite for commodities and their related currency and share markets.
To qualify for the bonus, a teacher has to score at or above the 80th percentile on the ACT or SAT, the standardized tests dreaded by high schoolers everywhere.
Gay High School Valedictorian Kept From Coming Out In Graduation Speech; Report Finds No Discrimination
The report, which was conducted at the behest of the school, sees flaws on both sides of the issue.