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I had to turn down acceptances at Yale, Columbia, and Johns Hopkins because I can’t take on interest-bearing loans — and I’m just on...
"I follow the religious mandate from the Quran of staying away from interest. So when it came to paying for school I had few options."
Looking to learn something new? Coursera shared with us a list of the most popular Coursera courses based on enrollment and completion rates.
A child-welfare worker arrived at an elementary school last month to pick up a young student. The school brought out the wrong 8-year-old.
The airline said it expects to accomplish this within the next decade, while its regional partners could hire as many as double that.
2 women were killed and a toddler was wounded in a shooting at a Texas A&M University residence hall in Commerce, Texas
Police have not yet said whether a suspect is in custody after a shooting at the Pride Rock Residence Hall at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Online learning platform Udemy is discounting all kinds of courses right now, from Python programming to digital marketing
If your New Year's resolution was to learn a new skill, Udemy is a great place to start. Right now, courses like Python programming are under $30.
There’s a popular betting website that shows the likelihood of political events — here’s what it says about Trump’s impeachmen...
On the website PredictIt, people can place bets with real US dollars on big political events — including Trump's impeachment hearings.
Lego makes STEAM education fun with Spike Prime, a learning tool that combines Lego bricks with computer programming
Lego latest education-focused toy combines its trademark bricks with computer programming. Here's how this STEAM-based teaching tool works.
I signed up for an Italki account to see why it’s a leading platform for online language learning — here’s how it works
Italki is an online language learning platform that uses a different strategy than apps that just use gamification to teach languages to its users.
Black students say a teacher compared them to monkeys in front of their classmates. Now their parents are suing.
The parents of four black high school students in New York are planning to file a $12 million lawsuit against the district.