No matter where you go in California, you're sure to find a college campus that not only inspires academic achievement but also captivates the soul with its beauty and charm.
In a world where 236,000 people lose their lives to drowning each year, and with 2.5 million deaths over the past decade, Melon (Mary Ellen) Dash, founder of Miracle Swimming School for Adults, is on a mission to address the pressing issue of double drownings.
In an age where forces from AI to Donald Trump have left Americans doubting the truth, US dictionary Merriam-Webster says that 2023's most looked-up word was "authentic."
A key theme of the summit, which brings together the world's fast-growing emerging economies, is redrawing the world order to reflect the new economic and political realities. A new global university ranking dovetails neatly into that aim.
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Michael Middleton, a black, retired law professor and deputy chancellor emeritus, said Thursday he planned to address activists' concerns.
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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said the resignation was "a necessary step toward healing and reconciliation."
Although there are a record number of students learning at Britain's "public" institutions, they're not spread out evenly across the country.
Many parents object to students learning about Islam in public school. But experts say there's a difference between teaching and preaching.
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But the Obama administration can't do much without congressional action.
Net income in the past nine months totaled about $12.9 million.
Free college doesn't always mean no debt, but it helps in some areas around the globe.
The suspect was apprehended shortly after the incident.
The average tuition and fees for an in-state student attending a public, four-year college averaged $9,410.
The number of Muslim students being bullied and discriminated against by other students, teachers and administrators has risen, according to a new report.
The college readiness test usually costs about $54, but New York City is making the test more widely available.
The amount of graduates' debt was up 2 percent from the year before.
Some of the awards require applicants to write an essay, film a YouTube video or sew a wool sweater.
Some schools allow you to apply for free if you visit campus or submit your materials online.
Wisconsin Gender-Neutral Homecoming Court: Madison High School To Crown 'Regent Royalty' In LGBT-Friendly Tradition
About 1,000 students signed a petition requesting the change last spring.
Obama Administration's Financial Aid Experiment For Poor Students Innovative But 'Tricky,' Experts Say
The Obama administration is launching a pilot program to help students from low-income families pursue higher education through nontraditional programs.
Yale's partnership with National University of Singapore has been criticized for perceived compromises on academic freedom.
Investigations are on into a video that emerged online showing sexual misconduct by alleged members of the fraternity at the university.
A recent study found that 37 percent of 812 school threats between August and December 2014 were sent electronically.
The U.S. News & World Report was dominated by American institutions, followed by ones in China, Britain and Germany.
President Barack Obama called for tougher gun safety laws after a massacre at an Oregon community college. The shooter was identified as Chris Harper Mercer, age 26.
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Blacks comprise less than one-fifth of the student population but represent one-third of students arrested for school-related incidents.
The generation that grew up online, and entered the job market after the financial crisis, has had to adjust to a new economic reality.
In general, the East saw higher rankings than the West.
The pope's American sojourn casts a spotlight on the fact that funding issues are close to the surface even at the most successful Catholic schools in the U.S.
Seattle public schools are eliminating out-of-school suspensions because they disproportionately affect students of color.
Local Muslims celebrated the decision as a sign of acceptance.
Campus Sexual Assault: UVA Title IX Investigation Finds 'Mixed Record' Of Handling Complaints Before New Policies
The school is now compliant with Title IX, Department of Education officials said.
German schools face dual challenges: not enough teachers qualified to teach German as a second language and a big influx of refugee children.
The United States and United Kingdom continued to dominate the rankings, with 49 and 30 institutions in the top 200, respectively.