There will be a shortage of up to 40 million university graduates by 2020, a McKinsey report suggests.
Thanks to digital media like video-on-demand broadcasts, lectures that students would normally receive in the classroom are migrating outside of brick and mortar schools.
Manifestation to defend public schools, called ‘yellow oil’. they demonstrate once a week against the politics and budget restrictions that will slowly kill the public education.
A drone strike targets an al Qaeda leader, Florida researchers simulate hurricane conditions, and a unique vending machine operates on swaps rather than sales.
Student leaders say that the government should be motivated to resolve the issue before summer. Businesses fear that the nightly protests could detract from the festival season.
Egypt’s former leader receives a life sentence, Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her Diamond Jubilee, and we examine how the U.S. unemployment rate is calculated.
Today, we report on a prison sentence for Liberia’s former leader, a milestone in the U.S. presidential election, and the costs involved with subway expansion.
A camp aims to help young people who’ve lost a loved one in military service, and Egypt’s historic presidential election heads for a runoff.
Nightly protests against tuition hikes continued across Quebec over the weekend, but student leaders signaled that they might compromise soon.
I could hear the frustration in Senator Menendez’s voice when we spoke on the phone. “Why should we vote for Barack Obama? Why should we give him another chance?” I asked. “When the Latino community look at their choices for next year’s presidential election, and compare their choices side by side, they’ll see that there’s [...]