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New Jersey Looks at ‘Yes Means Yes’ College Policy

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The University of Virginia on Saturday suspended activities at all campus fraternal organizations amid an investigation into a published report in which a student described being sexually assaulted by seven men at a fraternity in 2012.

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Supporters want to see public benefits extended to community college students as a way to boost their chances of earning a credential.

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Myanmar Students Vow to Protest Education Law

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Students in Myanmar have threatened to protest nationwide if the government does not amend an education law that prohibits them from engaging in political activities and curbs academic freedom.

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Business and education leaders discussed the fraught topic of job-readiness at a two-part panel hosted by the Committee on Economic Development in Washington, D.C., on Thursday afternoon.

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The White House is planning to focus on improving the lives of girls and women of color, after months of complaints that they were left out of the “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative for young men.

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A study of sub-baccalaureate programs in Washington state found that short-term certificates, which can be earned in less than a year, for the most part showed only small economic returns.

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In the wake of the sweeping GOP take-over of Congress last week, Dr. Pedro Noguera says he believes that efforts to improve urban education in the United States and other parts of the world will likely be stalled.

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Republican Dave Brat followed his stunning primary victory over then-House Majority Leader Eric Cantor by easily beating his Democratic opponent Tuesday to win the congressional seat.

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Roughly 1,400 programs, 99 percent of which are housed at for-profit colleges, serving 840,000 students are projected to fail when the regulations go into effect on July 1.

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