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Student Protests Help Bring ‘Justice’ for Gaza, Says Palestinian Authority Minister of Education

University leader turned education minister pledges to rebuild destroyed campuses.

Learning Behind Bars: The Shifting Fortunes of Prison Education

While U.S. prison-reform advocates celebrate reversal of a 30-year ban on incarcerated students accessing Pell Grants, counterparts in England and Wales say government inaction has stalled progress.

U.K. Universities Targeted by Cyberattack

Hackers known as Anonymous Sudan reportedly took responsibility and cited the “U.K.’s continued support for Israel” as the reason for their actions.

‘Narcissistic’ Presidents Linked to Declining University Performance

Hiring committees should “measure the egotism of candidates” for the roles, say researchers who compared leaders’ traits and institutional outcomes.

Academics Oppose Publisher Removing Chapter of Book on Sexual Misconduct

The chapter was withdrawn by Routledge after the publisher got legal threats, including from a professor claiming he had been identified in the book.

Bank Card Lets Consumers Fund Research Projects

'Science Card' will allow users to contribute towards a range of scientific research projects through their daily spending.

Britain Bans Dependents of International Students

Will it also soon bar the students from working after they graduate?