Education

Bill Gates Pessimistic on Schools Reopening, Economic Outlook

Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft founder Bill Gates stated in a recent interview that he thinks schools in the United States will be able to reopen in the fall but that the U.S. economy won’t magically return to how it was before the coronavirus pandemic.

In this April 21, 2018, file photo, Co-Chair of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Bill Gates speaks in Washington, D.C. Gates is taking a more targeted approach in his goal to help America's struggling school systems, this time by largely funding familiar groups to work directly with public school districts …

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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