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A map of the state of Utah.
January 27, 2023
With trust in higher ed falling, higher ed needs to reimagine whom it serves and how, Taylor Randall writes.
The letter "X."
January 26, 2023
If we’re serious about inclusion, it’s time for academe to drop “Latinx” in favor of the term “Latine,” Bryan Betancur writes.
A set of Scrabble-like blocks that reads "QUALITY."
January 25, 2023
The accrediting agencies’ collective failure to hold low-performing colleges accountable against objective standards harms students and taxpayers, Jay Urwitz writes.

Letters to the Editor

May 5, 2022
Anxiety, depression and ADHD are treatable conditions, but they have no current cure, and treatment often isn't sufficient.
April 28, 2022
Examining only pass rates of students who enroll in college-level course ignores students who fail at any point during long sequences of remediation.
April 25, 2022
Challenging assertions of mismanagement at a "dynamic" organization.
April 25, 2022
Studies show that students perform better in it than in traditional remediation.
April 23, 2022
Having one office oversee this work is an outdated model. It requires shared responsibility and shared power.

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January 26, 2023
A conversation with Andrew Comrie, author of Like Nobody’s Business: An Insider’s Guide to How US University Finances Really Work.
January 26, 2023
Nature claims that scientific papers and patents have become less disruptive. Is the same thing true across the academy, including in the humanities?
January 26, 2023
Could one problem solve another?

Archive

January 6, 2023
Scott McLemee reviews Jamie Kreiner’s The Wandering Mind: What Medieval Monks Tell Us About Distraction.
January 5, 2023
Postdocs on federal fellowships should receive equal benefits as peers, write Mallory R. Smith and Thomas P. Kimbis.
January 4, 2023
Pursuit of R-2 status can create new opportunities for underrepresented students and needn’t come at cost to inclusion or access, Kim Schatzel and KerryAnn O’Meara write.
January 3, 2023
While University of California grad workers won important gains, the system remains broken, along with graduate and undergraduate students’ trust, Laura J. Mitchell writes.
January 2, 2023
A critique of affirmative action fails to account for the flawed data used to "prove" bias.

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