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Watch: An undergraduate education in one course?

Students at Harvard, Yale and Bard College participated in an experimental a course this fall that takes the notion of a core curriculum to its logical extreme, the Washington Post…

YouTube grants schools special access to 400,000 educational videos

YouTube has an enormous collection of educational clips that could be used by teachers, but many schools choose to block the site so that kids won't be able to access…

Opinion: 3-year bachelor’s degrees will benefit college students, middle-class families

College is now a little less expensive for Ohio and Kentucky students, says Tara Dodrill for Yahoo! News. There is a push at colleges and universities around the nation to…

States move away from exit exams, shift toward college-readiness

Fewer states are requiring students to pass high school exit exams to graduate, but more states are increasing standardized testing in college- and career-readiness assessment efforts, according to a report…

Cambridge University puts Newton’s papers online

In a project that has long been overdue, Cambridge University, thanks to a hefty gift from the Polonsky Foundation (supporter of education and arts) and a grant from Britain’s Joint…

New York University to offer 2 classes on Occupy Wall Street movement

New York University plans to offer two classes next semester on the Occupy Wall Street movement, the Associated Press reports.…

Dartmouth engineers solutions to binge drinking

Dartmouth College is turning to an unlikely source for help with its national initiative to reduce binge drinking: engineering students, the Associated Press reports. …

Yale offering course on New York City nightlife

Move over Stefon. There's a new breed of nightlife gurus with intel on the hottest nightclubs, and they've got Ivy League degrees, the Huffington Post reports. …

Quietly, Google puts history online

When the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, home to the Dead Sea Scrolls, reopened last year after an extensive renovation, it attracted a million visitors in the first 12 months, the…

America’s ‘brain drain’: Best and brightest college grads head for Wall Street

For employers in need of fresh talent, there are few better places to go than the Stanford University career center, where intelligent, over-achieving, creative and ambitious students stop by on…

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