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Two new studies examine which degree programs at which institutions offer graduates the best chance of recouping their costs and repaying their loans.

Technology, Transforming Teaching & Learning

Number of students studying exclusively or partially online ballooned in fall 2020, especially among undergraduates and at public universities.
The long-awaited board vote follows a months-long legal fight and significant pushback from Mills alumnae groups.
Did the exam lose the lowest-income students?

Views

Brian Rosenberg offers a satiric take on campus COVID policies.

Career Advice

Few people leave grad school in better shape than they enter it, argues G. M. Trujillo Jr., who offers advice for anyone who plans to enroll or is considering it.

Blogs

Tackling Transfer

September 16, 2021
How rural states are using course-sharing technology to streamline transfers and build more equitable opportunities for students.

Confessions of a Community College Dean

September 16, 2021
A rebuttal and a reframing.

Learning Innovation

September 14, 2021
Three questions for James DeVaney about the new role of senior director of online learning in Michigan’s Center for Academic Innovation.

Higher Ed Gamma

September 14, 2021
Alas, there are no easy fixes.

Rethinking Research

September 14, 2021
The pursuit of academic research was too narrow for me.

 

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