April 2, 2016
Back Bay station to become a vision in glass
A rendering of the Boston Properties Inc. plan to transform and expand the Back Bay MBTA station. By Tim Logan and Jon Chesto GLOBE STAFF  MARCH […]
April 2, 2016
Iran moving quickly to expand higher education links
Short on time? Here are the highlights: Earlier this year, the international community lifted or eased long-standing trade sanctions against Iran The Iranian government has moved […]
April 2, 2016
What’s a Brand Worth? Evidence From the Gulf
By Alex Usher There are branch campuses and then there are branch campuses.  Mostly, branch campuses are set up in temporary (often rented) premises, and try […]
April 2, 2016
Are International Students in the Classroom a Win-Win?
By Liz Reisberg Who wins by adding international students to the classroom?  In a recent article, Elizabeth Redden quotes Green River College’s president reflecting on the […]
April 2, 2016
At private schools, a surge of Chinese students
Twins Wendy and Mary Wu from China who are students in a math class at The Newman School in the Back Bay. By Laura Krantz and […]
March 27, 2016
Why More Students Are Leaving the U.S. for College
by Sarah Grant   When Michael Ferrante, a 21-year-old college senior, returned to Baltimore to finish school after studying in Berlin for a year, he had only one regret—not having […]
March 27, 2016
Recruiting foreign students, Catholic schools fill seats and coffers
By Kathy Boccella, Staff Writer POSTED: March 14, 2016 As president of Conwell-Egan Catholic High School, Janet Dollard is in charge of everything except academics on […]
March 27, 2016
Advice College Admissions Officers Give Their Own Kids
While most parents find the college process stressful and bewildering, we interviewed some who have a unique perspective: admissions officers who are also the parents of […]
March 27, 2016
U.S. Colleges Look to Recruit More Students From Africa
By Karen MacGregor and Francis Kokutse, for University World News MARCH 16, 2016 With an eye on Africa’s youthful population, economic growth and swelling middle-class, the […]
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