"Lock doors & stay away from windows,” university police said on Twitter.

High school students have taken to Twitter and Reddit, arguing the scale used to score the June SAT was unfair and could jeopardize students' scholarship or college admissions chances.

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If you're not asking questions about the culture of a school, you're not asking the right questions.

  • Jim Troha
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Officials said they were concerned the writing requirement would pose an impediment to students from low-income families.

The “Books Behind Bars” Russian literature reading list.

Former ITT chief executive Kevin Modany and former chief financial officer Daniel Fitzpatrick have settled fraud cases with the Securities and Exchange Commission, avoiding a trial.

"This decision does not absolve the university of the responsibility, as a public body, to maintain records of the use of funds and programs it decides to develop," court documents say.

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For some colleges and universities to survive, they need to shift from their historical mission. One university thinking about those new models is the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Princeton and Stanford universities on Thursday became the latest prominent schools to stop requiring aspiring students to submit an essay score from the ACT or SAT. Stanford’s dean of admissions and financial aid, Richard Shaw, said in an email that the school would “strongly recommend” that applicants submit an essay score from one of the two […]

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A writer draws on lessons she taught college students about the Declaration of Independence and the country's long history of protest. She argues that declaring resistance has long been, and continues to be, a powerful choice for Americans.

  • Beth Johnston
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  • Jul 3
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