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The 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment has long been considered a window into the horrors ordinary people can inflict on one another, but new interviews with... [Read More]
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The runaway cost of instructional materials is a worry, but it's not even close to the biggest problem for students, writes Jason Katzman. [Read More]
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Using newly available federal and state-by-state data, an analyst explores states' embrace of fully online learning and whether it drives adult students' access and success. [Read More]
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Third-party pathway programs have a wide range of academic and financial models. Here's an overview and some of the key corporate players. [Read More]
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Kings Education mostly recruits students to small private institutions with the expectation of transfer. At one Kings partner, those the company recruited made up almost... [Read More]
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Study finds recommendation letters for academic jobs signal doubt about female applicants more than they do for men, with real, negative effects on their job... [Read More]
Motivated by 2017 violence in Charlottesville, Lumina Foundation adds racial justice to grant making, which has focused heavily on college completion. [Read More]
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Today on the Academic Minute, Taryn Morrissey, associate professor in the school of public affairs at American University, explores how to make childcare affordable. Learn... [Read More]
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Despite a silence that is "brutal," the medical profession has known for decades that significant numbers are being sexually harassed on campuses, argues Billie Wright... [Read More]
While external peer reviews of scholarship provide the benefit of both expertise and objectivity, peer reviews of teaching often suffer from the lack of both,... [Read More]
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has cleared Junot Díaz, the writer and a faculty member, to return to teaching. [Read More]
Past and present members of HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory's editorial board published an open letter Monday expressing "concern for some disturbing news regarding the... [Read More]
Sibling relationships can predict similarities and differences in higher education completion, according to a new study at Pennsylvania State University. [Read More]
At a time when the numbers of new international students coming to the U.S. has declined, the United Kingdom is making it easier for many... [Read More]
The Connecticut State Colleges & Universities Board of Regents will hear a revised plan Thursday for how the system plans to save money and consolidate... [Read More]
A forthcoming study in Technology and Innovation, the journal of the National Academy of Inventors, suggests that women benefit from technology transfer support efforts. Researchers... [Read More]
The pitfalls that plague higher education communications have remained fairly consistent over the last 40 years. Donna Lehmann takes a look at the history of... [Read More]
On AP exams and those who take them. [Read More]
And who is studying them? [Read More]
But we need to get beyond the pseudo-idea. [Read More]
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