Filter & Sort
Students benefit from classes taught by multiple faculty members who can add a unique perspective on course materials. Here are four best practices for making co-teaching easier and more effective.
Major findings from our Student Voice survey on the college experience, from orientation to involvement in campus life and related technology, reveal major gaps in student involvement levels and more.
The University of Iowa is the first institution in the Big 10 to hire a mental health counselor specifically to serve military-connected students.
A new report from the Education Trust identifies seven ways colleges and universities that are majority white can support students of color and create a positive racial climate.
College students with children face heightened risk of domestic violence. Here are five ways institutions can recognize and support learners in crisis.
The University of Missouri at Kansas City has offered supplemental instruction for five decades. Here’s what the university has learned and changed.
In this Q&A, Swift, new president of the nonprofit Education at Work, shares how her organization is working with colleges and corporations to help students gain valuable, and paid, real-world experiences—plus what she thinks career centers and educators must do to better prepare students.
Gen Z has been hooked on TikTok since 2020, and professors are meeting students on the app. One professor shares his inspiration for creating videos and five pointers for colleagues looking to do the same.