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If conservatives want some art of their own they need only to be open to the art that is already out there.
A new book will help keep the former presidential candidate's quirky tax plan alive.
'Open' learning resources are more economical than e-textbooks, education advocates say.
Professors and students wait to see the impact of Apple's big splash in the college landscape.
New iPad textbooks will feature database integration, notetaking, interactive content.
College students can use time off to work toward financial and occupational goals.
Students say they enjoy leisure reading, but there is no time in their busy schedules.
Knowing how college bookstores function can give you an advantage during book buyback season.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt awarded $250,000 to fund new education ideas.
Helmed by a best-selling author, a nonprofit with 826 writing centers lets inner-city students be heard.