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Vancouver Retains Title of World's Most Liveable City

For the fifth straight year, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, bested 139 other cities worldwide in ratings of "relative comfort" to hold onto the right to call itself the World's 'Most Liveable' City, according to new rankings by The Economist Intelligence Unit.

Villanova Law School Lied For Rankings ... But So What?

The blogosphere has erupted in a fury since Villanova University's Law School admitted it has been lying about the statistics of its incoming classes for years to boost its rankings. But Villanova deserves credit for coming clean, because many other universities are probably doing the same thing.

Do U.S. Students' Scores Really Matter?

The popular narrative in the world of higher education is that American students aren't being taught as rigorously as those in other countries, and we're falling behind. But do the scores of high school students on math and science tests really matter for the nation's long-term economic outlook?