Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey signed an executive order last month eliminating college degree requirements for state-posted jobs unless absolutely necessary.
Billionaire Ken Griffin announced Tuesday that he would stop giving money to Harvard, calling current students “whiny snowflakes" who are overly focused on DEI.
Former Harvard President Lawrence Summers took the university's leadership to task for refusing to stand against antisemitism in an essay posted on X Tuesday.
Ohio lawmakers are proposing a bill to run a pilot program that rewards students for attending school and graduating, with cash payments up to $750.
The Biden administration announced that an additional 74,000 student loan borrowers will have as much as $5 billion of debt canceled in his latest executive action.
Arizona-based Grand Canyon University, the largest Christian University in the U.S., is being sued by the Federal Trade Commission over deceptive advertising of doctoral programs.
CriticalRace.org, which monitors CRT curricula and training in higher education, has expanded its database to include the top 10 business schools in the country.
Former Vice President Mike Pence was met with silence or some applause after he attempted two one-liners during Wednesday evening's Republican debate.
Three students from Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon's alma mater, Hamilton College, accused the executive of referring to the fossil fuel divestment movement as "stupid."
The White House launched the beta website for its new student debt forgiveness plan Sunday — one month after the Supreme Court struck down its initial plan.
The Department of Education has launched an investigation into Harvard University's "legacy" and donor admissions under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.
President Biden's plan to replace his failed student loan program will cost taxpayers $475 billion over 10 years, according to a Penn Wharton analysis.
Artificial intelligence used to help students write college essays is not cheating, and those who don't utilize the tech will be at a disadvantage, former tutor says.
The US Department of Education intends to end its suspensions on federal student loan interest accumulation and resume mandatory student loan payments.
The Biden administration is "preparing to restart" federal student loan payments following the end of the coronavirus pandemic emergency, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona told lawmakers Thursday.
Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown urged young residents in the Buckeye State to take up trade jobs and insisted they “don't need a college degree."
A Brigham Young University-led study has found that AI language model ChatGPT is susceptible to simple mathematical errors and is often an unreliable accountant.
Since the introduction of the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT, education experts have raised concerns about its impact on the development and impact of the education industry.
Dr. Michael Bratland discussed reports that a teacher asked students their 'sexual fantasy' for a health class lesson and the subsequent Eugene 4J School Board response.
A group of 60 sixth-grade students at Shaler Area Elementary School in Glenshaw, Pennsylvania, are investing $1 million in fictitious money into the stock market for a special project.