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Latest Education Items
University of Illinois officials say nine students on the Urbana-Champaign campus have been diagnosed with mumps. The cases are part of an outbreak that has already produced more cases this year than the state saw in all of 2013.
University of Nebraska President J.B. Milliken will be stepping down Friday to become chancellor of City University of New York.
Bennington College has inaugurated its 10th president.
The University of Michigan is getting $7.7 million to create new cognitive science institute.
The faculty at the University of Illinois-Chicago has agreed to their first labor contract. The deal will give them a 6.75 percent raise and higher starting salaries for non-tenured instructors.
Texas Southern University is contending with a nearly 10 percent loss of enrollment, a $7 million budget shortfall and a drop in its bond rating.
Johns Hopkins University officials are alerting more than 2,000 graduate students that their personal information has been discovered on the Internet.
A 19-year-old college student is recovering from a gunshot wound suffered during an attempted robbery in a parking lot near a campus apartment complex in Council Bluffs.
The Lafayette Workforce Investment Board is sending out an SOS for one of its workforce programs that targets high school dropouts.