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Higher Education: Burning or Bright?

Yes, many Americans question higher ed’s value, but college presidents are answering their questions in innovative and important ways, Eileen L. Strempel and Stephen J. Handel write.

‘Respectable: Politics and Paradox in Making the Morehouse Man’

The author discusses her recently published book on how societal ideas about Black masculinity shaped the values instilled in graduates at Morehouse College.

Pinning Hopes on Future Educators

Colleges of education hope that celebrating teaching candidates with pinning ceremonies will help validate their decision to enter an increasingly demanding field.

A ‘Pro-Life’ Medical School

Plans are underway for a new, independent Catholic medical school on the campus of Benedictine College that will strictly adhere to Catholic principles on abortion and end-of-life issues.

‘Different Meanings’ or an ‘Attack on Students’?

Trustees at Lakeland Community College plan to review diversity, equity and inclusion language in the institution’s plans and policies. Faculty members are speaking out against the decision.

Why Would-Be Students Aren’t Choosing College

A new study explores why students drop out of college or choose not to enroll.

Bridging a Growing Divide

A new program spearheaded by the University of Wyoming seeks to prepare rural students for college and bridge a divide between far-flung communities and higher ed institutions in the state.

Create More 4-Year Community College Degrees

Opening up more baccalaureate degree programs at your neighborhood community college can play an important role in addressing income inequality, Sonya Christian writes.