More than 150 people from education, labor, business, and public-policy groups will gather on Monday to make sense of the new world of credentials.
A coalition of selective institutions hopes to shake up how students apply to college. The group’s online portal is meant to bring more clarity to the process.
A federal appeals court finds the NCAA violated antitrust laws, but strikes down a prior ruling that would allow for annual $5,000 payments to athletes.
A top athletics official at the university paid strippers and prostitutes to provide sexual services in hopes of persuading the recruits to enroll, according to a forthcoming book.
The for-profit educator plans to convert itself into a public-benefit corporation, in which it will commit to providing public service as well as earning profits.