The US Department of Education launched an investigation into two universities, Harvard and Yale, after reporting that the two universities had received funds from foreign countries that exceeded $250,000 – the amount required to be reported to the government.
Despite producing the majority of the country’s black students with degrees in STEM, historically black colleges and universities barely see investments and donations when compared to other universities and colleges.
On the heels of growing tensions between China and the US, lawmakers and other national leaders are urging the many universities that host Confucius Institutes to shut down the institutes that offer Chinese language and culture programs.
Yale is getting rid of its art history course, which covers the evolution of art, after students and faculty noticed that the course largely focuses on the contributions of white artists more than any other artists.
Read our Nonprofit Spotlight with Complete College America President & CEO Yolanda Watson Spiva on how the organization is working to guide low-income students in finishing their college degree within 4 years.
A new study by researchers at the Reading & Literacy Discovery Center of Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital was able to produce brain images with evidence that reading has benefits and screen-time has detrimental effects on a child during the formative years of 3 to 5 years-old.
Even 10 years after earning a degree from a liberal arts college, students have a median return on investment that is approximately 40 percent lower than students who attend other colleges, according to a recent analysis.