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  • The Education Department said Monday its rollback of 72 special education policy guidance documents will have no effect on services provided to students with disabilities, whose advocates expressed alarm at the revisions.

  • Higher education doesn't come cheap in the United States — citizens collectively hold about $1.

  • Marking a new chapter in education philanthropy, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will step back from its traditional education reform agenda to instead invest close to $1.

  • These were the main takeaways from a panel Monday on personalized learning in rural schools, part of the State Educational Technology Directors Association 2017 Leadership Summit & Education Forum.

  • There are many ways to measure a country's greatness: GDP, military strength, standard of living.

  • What happens when you give every student and teacher a Surface Pro? In a commissioned study, Forrester Consulting analyzed four primary and secondary schools that currently employ a 1-to-1 Surface Pro strategy for all students and teachers – and then .

  • Pose this question to most professionals in higher education, and you’ll likely get a resounding “no.

  • WeWork continues to grow beyond co-working.

  • All schools now have education and career guidance (ECG) counsellors assigned to them, giving students better support in making choices about their future.