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Why the University of Akron Press matters, in Kenyon Review Link

A critique of the push for more students to take Advanced Placement courses, in The Conversation Link

Alternative credentialing, in Changing Higher Education Link

Brian Croxall on building Ph.D. career paths Link

Erik Banks on what tuition pays for Link

Teaching with the Internet in class, in Hybrid Pedagogy Link

Picking the next librarian of Congress, in Slate Link

Philanthropy and inequality, in HistPhil Link

Togelius on how not to review a paper Link

Rosemond Tuve on teaching, in Dame Eleanor Hull Link

Responding to 'New York Times' view of universities as "illusory," in HASTAC Link

Jordan Shapiro on the education issues that the presidential candidates should be talking about Link

Paying off $28,000 in student loans while earning $30,000, in The Penny Hoarder Link

Letter to Teach for America recruits, in Cloaking Inequality Link

Steve Krause on academics on Twitter Link

A new space, in Now, What Was I Doing? Link

Monolingual digital humanities, in Infolet Link

Studying literature isn't supposed to be easy, in The Good Enough Professor Link

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