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Denied in a Heartbeat

Kutztown University didn’t grant any remote teaching requests this term, not even to an immunosuppressed professor with a new heart. The case raises more questions about “blanket” accommodation bans.
Opinion

Who Are the Students Struggling With Online Learning?

A new survey sheds light on the current digital divide in higher education -- and what faculty can do about it in their classrooms, writes Nicole Barbaro.
Opinion

Where’s the ‘Video Off’ Button in Face-to-Face Instruction?

Remote teaching has revealed the importance for students of learning new skills and taking creative risks without being watched, argues Maggie Melo.

Into Their Own Hands

Professors in Iowa and Georgia are acting on their own to require masks in their classrooms.
Opinion

We Taught Critical Race Theory

And here’s what our white students at Vanderbilt University said, in their own words, about what they learned, write Ebony Omotola McGee, Devin T. White and Lynette Parker.

New Programs: Dietetics, Chiropractic Education, Nursing, Data Analytics, Sports Analytics

Buffalo State College, of the State University of New York, has a new master’s degree in dietetics. Campbellsville University is...

The UT Austin Liberty Institute? What’s That?

Professors want to know more -- much more -- about a center dedicated to private enterprise and individual rights that has apparently been in the works for years.

Harvard Moves Toward Divestment. What’s Next?

The university’s commitment to end indirect legacy investments in fossil fuels captured attention all over the world. Now higher education officials and climate activists are contemplating what the decision might mean for them.