July 18, 2019

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A More Diverse Harvard Class

The number of black and Latino students accepted into the class of 2015 might just be the highest in school history.

Three Lessons Education Reformers Should Learn From Michelle Rhee's Missteps

Former Washington D.C. school's chancellor Michelle Rhee is no stranger to controversy, but even for her, this is shaping up to be a...

Philadelphia School Battles Students' Bad Eating Habits, on Campus and Off

"Candy!" said one of the parents, McKinley Harris, peering into a small bag one child carried out of the store. "That's not food."

Startup Veterans Launch A 'Y Combinator' For Educational Startups

The goal of this new project is simple - "To effect positive change in the K-12 education space."

Bill Gates: Rising Spending And Flat Performance Need To Flip-Flop

Over the last four decades, the per-student cost of running K-12 schools has more than doubled, while student achievement has remained flat.

Educated Women Get Paid Less Than Uneducated Men -- And 8 More Higher-Ed Scandals

One recent study shows a disappointing return for elite colleges, especially for women, among other disheartening facts.

US Campuses Demand More Sustainability Professionals

Universities across the U.S. are reporting increased demand for sustainability practitioners on higher education campuses despite the down economy.

Survey of Sustainability Employees: Most New to the Job, White, and Female

The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education has released its 2010 survey of people who work in higher education's sustainability...

Strut for Smiles

Compass Fellows Amy Chen and Samantha Loeffler are passionate about using fashion as a force for social good. As freshmen at Indiana University...

NUS president to quit after criticism from student protesters

Aaron Porter, president of the National Union of Students, did not do enough to oppose the trebling of tuition fees, say student activists.




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