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College Board to Boost SAT Security Globally

College Board to Boost SAT Security Globally

by Joe Mandak, Associated Press | February 22, 2017 PITTSBURGH — The firm that oversees registrations for the SAT college entrance exam is boosti Read more
Iranian Researcher Blocked from Entering U.S. Sues Trump

Iranian Researcher Blocked from Entering U.S. Sues Trump

by Associated Press | February 2, 2017
BOSTON — An Iranian scientist heading to Boston to take a job at a Harvard Medical School lab [...] Read more
Bones of Mengele, ‘Angel of Death,’ Teaching Tool in Brazil

Bones of Mengele, ‘Angel of Death,’ Teaching Tool in Brazil

by Stan Lehman, Associated Press | January 11, 2017
SAO PAULO — For more than 30 years, the bones of Josef Mengele, a German doctor who conducted [...] Read more
How a Rural Community College Embraces Diversity

How a Rural Community College Embraces Diversity

by Alex Peterson | December 21, 2016
Outside the large urban areas, many of us in the United States live in areas where most people [...] Read more
Arkansas State University Campus in Mexico on Track to Open

Arkansas State University Campus in Mexico on Track to Open

by Associated Press | December 20, 2016
JONESBORO, Ark. — Arkansas State University’s $75 million campus in Queretaro, Mexico, [...] Read more
Washington State Seeks to Increase Foreign Students

Washington State Seeks to Increase Foreign Students

by Nicholas K. Geranios, Associated Press |
SPOKANE, Wash. — Washington State University wants to increase the number of students from ot [...] Read more
Report: Education Key to Middle East Stability

Report: Education Key to Middle East Stability

by Jon Marcus, Hechinger Report | November 30, 2016
America’s interests are at stake as students leaving Syria and other countries have had their [...] Read more
University of Illinois Strengthening Ties with Mexico

University of Illinois Strengthening Ties with Mexico

by Associated Press | November 27, 2016
URBANA, Ill. — The University of Illinois is strengthening its ties with Mexico through new a [...] Read more
University of Akron Calling for Buyouts, Recruitment Boost

University of Akron Calling for Buyouts, Recruitment Boost

by Associated Press |
AKRON, Ohio —The University of Akron plans to offer voluntary buyouts to employees, increase [...] Read more

Experts: Trump’s Election May Slow Influx of International Students at U.S. Colleges

by Matt Krupnick | November 15, 2016
In the midst of concerns about President-elect Donald Trump, survey suggests that students who [...] Read more
U.S. Colleges Look Outside China for New Foreign Students

U.S. Colleges Look Outside China for New Foreign Students

by Collin Binkley, Associated Press | November 14, 2016
BOSTON —As a surge of students from China begins to level off, many U.S. colleges are expandi [...] Read more

Passion Pushes Princess Williams to Guide Urban Youth

by Jamal Eric Watson | November 6, 2016
Kindergarten teacher Princess Williams received the Outstanding Urban Teacher Award at the Inte [...] Read more
Case of Professor Accused of Genocide Ends with Deportation

Case of Professor Accused of Genocide Ends with Deportation

by Tim Prudente, The Baltimore Sun |
BALTIMORE ― Uncertainty surrounds the status of professor Leopold Munyakazi, who briefly taug [...] Read more

Scholar: Urban Education Issues Not Confined to U.S.

by Jamal Eric Watson | November 3, 2016
The issues and challenges that impact urban education aren’t particular to the United States, [...] Read more
South African Police Use Stun Grenades on Student Protesters

South African Police Use Stun Grenades on Student Protesters

by Associated Press | October 26, 2016
CAPE TOWN, South Africa ― South African police have used stun grenades to disperse student pr [...] Read more
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