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Pearson Writer Offered as Microsoft Word Add-in

A free writing app from Pearson now plugs into Microsoft Word to make its feature set available to students as they're working on assignments.

A new brief from a public policy think tank suggests getting rid of the link between federal student aid and college accreditation and even allowing the market to choose which schools are worthy of staying open.

Report: Online Courses and Free Market Can Crack Higher Ed 'Problems'

A new brief from a public policy think tank suggests getting rid of the link between federal student aid and college accreditation and even allowing the market to choose which schools are worthy of staying open.

Bellevue College Adds Partner for Coding Ed

Bellevue College has tapped a private partner to help provide continuing education in programming and related technologies.

Penn State Program Intros Teens to Software Behind Pokémon Go

A summer-time enrichment experience for high schoolers at Penn State has taken on a heightened level of excitement with the use of the same development toolset behind the global phenom Pokémon Go.



Columbus State U to Deploy Service Management Platform

Columbus State University in Georgia has selected a new online service management platform to provide its faculty and staff with desktop and mobile access to services.

MindTap Offers Users Free Access to Digital Portfolio Tool

The e-learning platform from Cengage Learning will soon offer its students lifetime access to Pathbrite digital portfolios.

Sony Unveils University Research Program

Sony is out to woo academia through a new research program that focuses on a broad palette of technology.

UC Berkeley Camps Show Middle School Girls Ins and Outs of Engineering

Middle school girls received a major dose of real-life engineering exposure during four week-long camps that took place this summer at the University of California, Berkeley.

MIT Receives $1 Million for STEM Education Programs Supporting Diversity

Three STEM education programs at MIT received the gift to support ongoing efforts that connect underrepresented youth to opportunities in the computer science and engineering fields.

Carnegie Mellon U Launches 3D Printing Initiative

A new consortium at Carnegie Mellon University will bring together researchers and representatives from industry, government and professional associations to collaborate on initiatives in the field of 3D printing, otherwise known as "additive manufacturing."

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