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Although adult learners are often assumed to be rarities on college campuses, adults have always been an important part of the student body....
In theory, the main focus for schools and students is academics – what they learn in their classes...
Sex is one of the most difficult topics that journalists cover. Make the topic allegations of sexual misconduct or assault involving students at a school, and t...
Though academic achievement remains paramount, high schools and colleges are putting greater focus on helping students navigate careers and ready themselves for...
About 44 million people in the U.S. owe on student loans. At more than $1.5 trillion, education debt now exceeds our credit card balances and auto loans...
Writing about higher education faculty and staff? Perfect. This is fertile ground for so many stories about higher education...
A community college has a bit of a split personality. One side of the college is full of students trying to take classes at a less expensive rate before transfe...
The modern U.S. school system was created in the 19th century with the intention of educating the masses, not just the privileged or religious elite...
As the U.S. population grows more diverse, it's impossible to tell the story of American education without considering the many ways our schools and colleges ar...
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