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Parents of Mexico’s Missing College Students Meet With President

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto met with parents of 43 missing teachers college students for the first time since they disappeared, apparently handed over to a drug gang by city police more than a month ago.

Alabama Pastor: College Official Touched Me, Too

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A Baptist minister in Alabama said Thursday that he was inappropriately touched by a man now accused of sexually assaulting students at a state university in northeastern Pennsylvania.

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Morehead State University didn’t violate First Amendment rights or commit disability discrimination when it denied tenure to an assistant professor of art history, a unanimous federal appeals panel has ruled.

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For-profit colleges that don’t produce graduates capable of paying off their student loans could soon face the wrath of the federal government.

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Despite the staggering costs of a medical degree, the number of students enrolled in medical schools has reached a new high of 20,343, according to a new report released by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).

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Remembering The First

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The American Indian College Fund suggests that one of the ways to observe Native American Heritage Month, also known as American Indian Heritage Day, is to read a book about the history of the native people. Most people know very little about the “First Americans” – first to occupy our continent — and all of […]

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Forensic experts combed a gully in southern Mexico on Tuesday for the remains of 43 missing students, as frustration mounted among relatives of both the disappeared and the detained over the lack of answers more than a month into the investigation.

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A man who accuses a former Pennsylvania university administrator of groping him says he didn’t report it out of fear he’d be perceived as gay.

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As President Barack Obama hits the midpoint of his second term, many have begun to consider what will be his legacy, particularly as it relates to education.

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The Akron metropolitan area of Northeast Ohio won a $1 million prize for success in helping students stay in college and graduate, beating out 56 other regions across the country competing for the Talent Dividend Prize.

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