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Black Scientists With STEM Ph.D.s Face Deep Disparities

A new report finds they disproportionately carry large amounts of student loan debt, among other disparities faced by STEM doctoral grads of color.

A graphic featuring the state of Florida and a list of "social science" general education courses, with Principles of Sociology crossed off.

Florida Looks to Remove Sociology From Gen. Ed.

Education Commissioner Manny Diaz Jr. said he proposed the change to make room for civic literacy, but some sociology professors are doubtful.

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Foreign Language Enrollment Sees Steepest Decline on Record

The MLA’s new census shows plummeting class head counts far outstripped the general student enrollment decrease. Korean continued its rise, while Western European languages further shrank.

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Report: Strengthening Community College Student Transfer

Research from the California Community Colleges system identifies four experiences that increase likelihood of transfer among African American students from a two-year to four-year institution.

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College Transfer Process Is ‘DIY’ for Many Students

A new report magnifies existing hurdles students face when attempting to transfer from a two-year college to a four-year institution.

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Academic Success Tip: Fostering Collaborative Team Teaching

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.

Official head shots of U.S. secretary of education Miguel Cardona and under secretary James Kvaal side by side.

Education Department Releases New Data on Transfer

The release of the data aims to motivate institutions to measure and improve their transfer outcomes.

Students loiter outside the University of Missouri at Kansas City student union on the patio and on the second-floor patio.

Scaling Up: Supplemental Instruction to Aid Learning, Community Building

The University of Missouri at Kansas City has offered supplemental instruction for five decades. Here’s what the university has learned and changed.