Tuition keeps rising, but so does the need for more graduates
Can a new breed of online megacourses finally offer a college education to more people for less money?
One of TIME’s personal-finance writers on the trouble with trying to get something for nothing
Sure, knowledge is power and all that, but how many Coursera students are willing to make a sizable time commitment just to get a certificate of completion?
As Coursera signs up more top-tier schools, TIME’s technology writer weighs in on the gamification class taught by Wharton’s Kevin Werbach
Mississippi, which has the highest teen pregnancy rate in the U.S., is starting to make its public schools offer sex education, but the law comes with many restrictions
While the kids may be back in school in Chicago, the fight over teachers’ contracts is anything but over. Local unions nationwide are feeling empowered by the seven-day strike in Chicago that ended with some significant …
The bomb threats at the University of Texas at Austin and North Dakota State University in Fargo on Friday that canceled classes and forced campus evacuations turned out to be nothing more than hoaxes. By early afternoon, no …