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At the University of Missouri at Columbia, half the faculty don't meet the annual minimum teaching load. Does that matter?
New study suggests that when it comes to writing assignments and instruction, quality -- not quantity -- matters most.
Association leader says accreditors could discourage politicians' focus on economic-driven measure of quality if they jointly embraced indicators of student learning.
Survey of literature and arts professors finds 60 percent see the practice as harmful to academic freedom -- although many favor general descriptions on a syllabus, even as they avoid labeling particular works.
Student protesters on a number of campuses want to see many more black faculty members. But how realistic are some of their goals?
Study's preliminary findings suggest that teaching quality and academic rigor are not necessarily stronger at prestigious institutions.
Southern Utah University goes all in with an experiment on general education, combining 13 courses into one year of material that eight professors jointly teach.
As the LMS provider prepares to go public, financial disclosures show the company has spent on sales and marketing at a much higher rate than competitors -- but has rapid growth to show for it.
Reprimand for faculty member who assigned less expensive options than his department's preference (book by two of its own) sets off debate on academic freedom and expensive books.
When Berkeley didn't fire an astronomer it found to have mistreated female students for years, his colleagues took steps to force him out.
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