In an effort to get a competitive edge in the global jobs market, more US college students are choosing to get international experience, an expert on study abroad says.
Daaim Shabazz, an international business professor and chess journalist, explains what's at stake as American grandmaster Fabiano Caruana fights for the World Chess Championship in London this month.
With the World Chess Championship set to begin Nov. 9 in London, Alexey Root, who teaches online courses about chess in education, tackles some myths and unknowns about the royal game.
A higher education professor explains the complex rules behind Public Service Loan Forgiveness, a program meant to provide debt relief to student loan borrowers who went into public service jobs.
The case of a student with Down Syndrome who was denied entry into all eight of the sororities at her school illustrates a broader problem of exclusion for college students with disabilities.
Even though Maryland college football coach DJ Durkin has been fired, his 11th hour ouster will not rid college football of some of its deepest problems, argue two scholars on race and college sports.
Many Americans feel anxiety or dread when it comes to math. A lot of that anxiety starts in childhood.
The odds of foreclosure double for families who send their kids off to college, according to two researchers who say their findings show a need for new ways for Americans pay for higher education.
A former middle school teacher offers a series of tips on how educators can teach young people to engage in more civil discourse.
Most math classrooms feature a teacher lecturing and students quietly working on problems. But research shows that a different approach would lead to better results.
A researcher set out to interview Asian-Americans on the front lines of the debate about race-conscious affirmative action in higher education. What she found is that the policy is poorly understood.
First-generation college students earn substantially less than their peers whose parents went to college, new research shows.
A court case in which Harvard College is accused of discriminating against Asian-Americans could spell the end of race-conscious affirmative action.
Some popular high school textbooks have used hesitant language to describe human contributions to climate change, our study shows.
More college students are registered to vote in the November midterm elections this year than they were in 2014, but it remains to be seen how many more will vote.
'Fortnite' – the wildly popular video game – is a dangerously addictive, robs students of precious time and teaches individualism instead of cooperating to survive, a political theorist argues.
Research shows student-athletes spend triple the amount of time on sports as on academics, raising questions about whether they actually benefit from a college education, a sociology professor argues.
Undergraduate statistics degrees have tripled in the past decade. Is 'statistician' really the sexy new job?
An English professor says educators should use "Speak" – an often banned novel about sexual assault – to engage young people about the topic.
While many parents believe equipping their young child with a cellphone is a matter of safety, research shows the practice comes with certain risks.
One year after the Oct. 1 shooting massacre in Las Vegas, a team of scholars from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas offers insights into how to best help those affected by the violence.
Things could get worse for special education students if the Trump administration follows through on its plans to give states more leeway when it comes to how they treat special education students.
New research shows recruiting high-skilled immigrants leads to a 'meaningful' increase in innovation – and even more than spending money on research and development.
A communication studies professor purposefully antagonizes students to show how putdowns and other forms of negative criticism can impact student learning.
Reports of sexual assault increase by as much as 41 percent when the local college football team plays, according to researchers who say the increase is related to the drinking culture on campus.