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Will The University Of Phoenix Sale Push Through?

Nov 08, 2016 AM EST There are growing concerns among investors on the delay of the University of Phoenix sale.

Universities In Switzerland Fails To Achieve Goal Of More Women Professors

Nov 07, 2016 AM EST Women professors only make up 20 percent of educators in Swiss universities.

Hunter College Reaches Agreement With Education Department For Title IX Violations

Nov 02, 2016 PM EDT Hunter College has reached an agreement with the Education Department for its Title IX violations.

For-Profit University Pays Settlement For Deceiving Students

Nov 02, 2016 PM EDT DeVry University has reached a settlement with the Education Department.

Affected By The Closure Of For-Profit Colleges? Here's What You Can Do

Sep 29, 2016 AM EDT Check out what students affected by the shut down of for-profit colleges can do.

Education Department Strips Largest For-Profit Accreditor's Authority

Sep 27, 2016 AM EDT The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) is no longer a recognized accrediting agency by the government.

Education Department Continues To Help Students Affected By School Closures

Sep 20, 2016 AM EDT The Department of Education will provide support to students who were affected by recent school closures.

Secretary John B King On United States Education: Opportunity Across America

Sep 13, 2016 AM EDT According to John B King, opportunity can never be rationed.

ITT Tech Gets Shut Down By Education Department Because Of Financial Liabilities

Sep 08, 2016 AM EDT The ITT Technical Institute stops operating after Department of Education announces halt in financial aid.

Education Department Promotes Summer Reading In New Campaign

Aug 08, 2016 AM EDT #ReadWhereYouAre encourages students to read even in summer.

Are Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton The Answer To The Preservation Of Education?

Aug 07, 2016 AM EDT With only a few days remaining before the presidential elections, people are hopeful that the next president will bring fulfillment to their awaited execution of the plans in US education.

Chicago Public Schools To Lay Off More Than 1,000 Teachers, Faculty Members

Aug 06, 2016 PM EDT Chicago public schools annonuced that they are letting go of more than 1,000 teachers and faculty members.

Student Loan Freedom Available, Thousands of Students Unaware

Aug 03, 2016 AM EDT Student loan freedom is made available to all, but is it really accessible to all?

Unhappy College Students: Should Tax Payers Pay For Their Tuition?

Jul 29, 2016 AM EDT Some say that taxpayers should not have to pay for unhappy college students.

Colorado Christian University Not Supporting Transgender Behavior; Requests Religious Exemption From Department of Education [VIDEO]

May 05, 2016 AM EDT Colorado Christian University is one of the hundreds of faith-based institutions that have been requesting religious exemption from transgender discrimination.

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