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June 26, 2019
The argument that colleges should share the financial risks of students who take out loans is similar to saying gyms are responsible for patrons' physical health and fitness, argues Walter Kimbrough.
June 25, 2019
The quality of much of the research on higher education is questionable, argue David H. Feldman and Douglas A. Webber, who recommend some questions you should ask when interpreting the results.
June 24, 2019
The controversy over Kyle Kashuv leads Jim Jump to reflect on when colleges should take back an offer.

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June 26, 2019
An argument against making public services subject to income caps.
June 26, 2019
Alternatives to the baccalaureate have exploded, giving prospective students many lower-cost options.
June 26, 2019
How scholars working at the intersection of learning science, technology, and institutional change connect and collaborate.

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June 12, 2019
Bob Ubell explores a largely unacknowledged but inevitable consolidation in the adaptive learning industry.
June 12, 2019
An experiment proposed by Betsy DeVos won't fix the inequity of the federal work-study program's funding formula, writes Sarah Pingel.
June 11, 2019
We should not view such students as threats or cash cows but rather as people who can contribute knowledge, distinct cultural identities and other valuable resources, argues Xiaojie Li.
June 10, 2019
Legislation designed to deal with issues related to the admissions scandal raises issues that go well beyond those indicted, writes Jim Jump.
June 10, 2019
No matter the outcome of the Harvard admissions case, American higher education can and will continue to pursue the educational benefits of diversity, write Lorelle Espinosa and Peter McDonough.

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