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Curriculum & Instruction

Watch: Robots take over University of MD classrooms

At the University of Maryland, robots rule, if only for a day. Engineering students coax their creations to life, using batteries and, in one case, mind control, the Associated Press…

Watch: South Park creators crash NYU class

While unseasonably chilly New York University students braved the dreary weather in the wake of the Labor Day holiday, one very fortunate handful of the campus’s newest urbanites found no…

Groupon offered discount on college tuition

Higher education just got cheaper—for one course, reports the Chicago Tribune. …

Law schools lure fewer students as jobs dry up

The days of top law school graduates having their pick of six-figure jobs at boutique firms–or at least being assured of putting their degrees to use–are over.…

New program to aid community colleges unprepared for math

Too many students arrive at Texas community and technical colleges -- about 38 percent in 2010--ill-prepared for math after high school, say higher education experts, the Star-Telegram reports. …

Why is Northwestern University teaching journalism in Qatar?

Three years ago, Northwestern University opened a satellite campus for journalism and communications in Qatar, reports the Washington Post.…

Three-fifths of colleges get C or worse in general education

An analysis of core education requirements at 1,007 colleges found that three-fifths of those schools require three or fewer of seven basic subjects, such as science, math and foreign language,…

Bernie Madoff, Harvard ethics professor?

Bernie Madoff really wants to get into academia, the Huffington Post reports.…

Ark. starts technology education initiative

Arkansas officials on Tuesday announced a $2.68 million program aimed at increasing the number of students studying in high-tech fields by overhauling the curriculum at some high schools and recruiting…

Virtual and artificial, but 58,000 want course

A free online course at Stanford University on artificial intelligence, to be taught this fall by two leading experts from Silicon Valley, has attracted more than 58,000 students around the…

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