WGU should repay millions in federal financial aid, audit says
Federal auditors say Western Governors University should repay more than $700 million in financial aid because the nonprofit university's degree programs fall short of eligibility requirements. WGU officials "vehemently disagree" with the findings.
BYU selling caffeinated soft drinks on campus
BYU's Dining Services reversed course on Thursday and began to sell caffeinated drinks 60 years after the decision not to provide them. Two other church schools and the MTC remain holdouts.
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State School Board urged to reverse course on middle school core requirements
A standing-room-only public hearing on a State School Board rule that drops health, physical education, arts, digital literacy and career and college readiness as core requirements draws cheers, jeers.