The divide between U.S. society and the American military reveals itself in strange places – children’s classrooms, for example. More than 1 million military kids face unusual challenges: they haven’t been in a specific school …
Barring being granted immunity under Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ statute, George Zimmerman is scheduled to stand trial for the death of Trayvon Martin on June 10.
For all the years that the world has focused on the confrontation between Western nations and Iran, oceans of ink have been spilled over many aspects of its nuclear program — the quantity and quality of its enriched uranium, …
Wither goes our economy, so too goes our cuisine
U.S. Army Cpl. B.J. Buie, foreground, an infantryman with the 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, digs a machine-gun position during Operation Southern Fist in the Spin …
Online degree programs’ reputations have taken a beating, thanks to unscrupulous diploma mills and a lack of respect from HR pros. That perception may finally be changing, but it still pays to be careful.
The TIME/Carnegie survey shows the American public and senior administrators at colleges and universities are divided over how to fix higher education
More schools are partnering with the private sector to develop courses and apprenticeship programs
Exactly 150 years ago, in the midst of the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln signed the Morrill Act, which launched the great and enduring public university system in America. Even during the most wrenching conflict in our history, Lincoln was thinking of the future.
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?