Education

Chinese University Purges Dozens of Foreign Students

Wuhan University in China’s Hubei province went on a crusade against foreign students Monday, expelling an unprecedented 92 of them from ten different countries. The university, which boasts about 3,300 international students, has previously expelled one or two of them per year at most.

Tourists view scenery at a dormitory next to the "Cherry Blossom Avenue" on campus of Wuhan University, on March 20, 2007 in Wuhan of Hubei Province, China. Tourists come to view cherry blossoms at the university during the spring. The flowers were once involved in the disputes between China and …

Top Universities Ally with Investors to Harm American Graduates

The presidents of more than 400 state and private universities have formed a quiet partnership with a top-level group of wealthy investors to help foreign graduates, even though the same alumni will take prestigious jobs from the American graduates of those institutions.

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Elizabeth Warren to Elevate Her Pro-Union Status by Joining Striking Teachers in Chicago

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is working to elevate her status as one of the most outspoken pro-union presidential candidates and is expected to join teachers in Chicago on Tuesday as part of their ongoing strike, visiting a South Austin elementary school and “picketing with teachers and American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten,” according to local reports.

NORFOLK, VA - OCTOBER 18: Democratic Presidential Candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks during a town hall event on October 18, 2019 in Norfolk, Virginia. Warren discussed measures to curb corruption in Washington, implement structural changes to counter income inequality, and protect democracy. (Photo by Zach Gibson/Getty Images)

Education Across Hong Kong/China Border so Bad Parents Need Mental Health Treatment

The South China Morning Post reported on Thursday that parents in Shenzhen, the Chinese technology hub bordering on Hong Kong, are seeking treatment for depression and anxiety because they feel the city lacks adequate educational resources for their children at a time when China’s big tech companies are planning to ramp up hiring and transform Shenzhen into a “model city.”

Education is a sensitive subject in modern-day China