International

How the immigration controversy could drive up the cost of college

Losing international students would cost U.S. universities billions in revenue

From the archives: Already languishing in red tape, refugee students now may be barred altogether from U.S.

Even without new restrictions, very few in this “lost generation” will ever get to study here

U.S. now ranks near the bottom among 35 industrialized nations in math

Math performance of American 15-year-olds declined significantly on international PISA test

Canadian schools succeed in nudging one minority group to and through college

Despite continued challenges, similar approaches could help nonwhites in the U.S.

Refugee students languish in red tape as they seek to resume their educations

Many in this “lost generation” want to come to the US, but only a very few make it

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How free college tuition in one country exposes unexpected pros and cons

Germany’s recent shift to making higher education free has brought surprises

What the U.S. and Chinese school systems have in common: Inequality, segregation

Americans who visit Chinese schools quickly realize that many of our beliefs and assumptions about education hold little water in China: In the United States, our urban public schools…

In China, private colleges, universities multiply to meet higher-education demand

Xi’an International University, above, is frequently rated as one of the best private universities in China. (Photo by Sarah Butrymowicz) LANGFANG, China — Hundreds of private colleges…

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