How one California university faked students’ scores, skated by immigration authorities, and made a fortune in the process.
A new Obama administration policy will give low-income high schoolers access to the federal financial aid system.
“I thought, honestly, What the fuck?“
The U.S. Women’s soccer team isn’t the only one fighting an uphill battle for equal treatment.
Thirteen attorneys general said the Accrediting Council of Independent Schools and Colleges was guilty of “systemic and extreme” failures.
With the backing of a pro-charter school advocacy group, the families will file a suit claiming the public school system is failing to prevent bullying and violence.
Twenty-one people were indicted for conspiring to commit visa fraud Tuesday after a multiyear undercover sting operation by the federal government.
BuzzFeed News spoke to women’s soccer star Megan Rapinoe, one of five players to file a wage discrimination complaint Thursday against their employer, U.S. Soccer.
As governments cut university funding, more state schools are boosting out-of-state and international student enrollments.
Unlike traditional universities, many for-profit colleges insert language into enrollment documents that prevents students from taking disputes to court.
Hundreds of thousands of former students of the disgraced college operator will be able to cancel their debt by filling out an online form.
The bankrupt Corinthian Colleges, which ran the Everest University chain, is unlikely to ever pay.
For the first time, the world’s largest education company will handle the entire student recruitment process at a college, pushing the boundaries of privatization at public schools.
It’s not only a matter of income — there are also differences in how black families acquire wealth.
New visa rules will allow certain students to work in the United States for as long as three years after graduating.
The restaurant voluntarily closed for cleaning after at least one employee contracted the virus.
If you thought it was kinda BS, you were right.
High school juniors across the country will take the new and improved SAT for the first time this Saturday.
Grand Canyon Education, valued at $1.6 billion, wants to spin off its university campus as a non-profit, while keeping its services business as a listed company.
A new fraud unit could lead to more schools being punished - and more federal student loans being written off.