Keep Your Identity While Changing Your Accent
English learners all over the world have the same question: how can I speak more like a native speaker?
Study: Paper Reading More Effective Than Screen Reading
If you want to make sure that you understand this story as fully as possible, you might consider printing the article and reading it on paper.
What Does the Future Hold for Liberal Arts Graduates?
Since their earliest days, American colleges and universities have based their study programs around what is known as the liberal arts.
Sleeping More May Help College Students in the Classroom
There are many reasons why college and university students often fail to get full nights of sleep.
College Students Who Turn to Drugs, Alcohol Can Have Problems Later
In popular culture, learning is not the only thing that takes place at colleges and universities in the United States.
Study: America’s Teacher Shortage Is a Bigger Problem than Thought
A new report says the shortage of skilled teachers in the United States is a bigger problem than people may think.
US Considers New Restrictions on Chinese Students
The administration of American President Donald Trump is considering new restrictions on Chinese students entering the U.S.
US College Graduates Want Work with Purpose
When she was growing up, Camille Roberts always saw science in her future.
Can Language Learning Happen During Sleep?
A new study suggests some language learning can take place during sleep.
Study: Class Size Has Only Minor Effect on Student Results
Reducing class size has traditionally been seen as an important way to improve a student’s educational experience.
Study: Girls Outperform Boys on Tech, Engineering, Even Without Class
Girls in America show more mastery in technology and engineering subjects than their boy classmates, says a new report.
UN: Half of Young Teenagers Face Violence or Bullying in School
A United Nations report says about half of students aged 13 to 15 worldwide have experienced some form of violence in school.
College Textbooks Moving from Print to Digital
The rising cost of attending a college or university in the United States has been an issue of much concern and debate in recent years.
US Study: Many Good Jobs Exist for High School Graduates
The best paying jobs in the United States often require successful completion of a study program at a college or university.
Harvard Accused of Discriminating Against Asian-Americans
A United States federal court in Boston, Massachusetts, is hearing a discrimination case against the oldest university in the country.
Study: Speaking ‘Parentese’ Helps Baby’s Language Learning
It is common for adults to use “baby talk” when interacting with very young children.
US Doctoral Degrees May Be Losing Their Appeal
For many people who seek higher education in the United States, the common study period of two to four years is not enough.
Hollywood Stars, Executives Charged in College Admission Plot
American government lawyers on Tuesday charged 50 people in a $25-million plot to reportedly buy admission to top colleges.
For College Student Comedians, Laughter Comes with Learning
At a comedy night at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, members of the school’s Stand-up Comedy club bring lots of laughter to their classmates.
Non-Degree Certificates Buy High Value
When Mauricio Lopez came to the United States 20 years ago from El Salvador to live with his mom, he had a green card, but no high school degree.