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A teacher trainee enrolled in an apprenticeship program at Reach University stands in front of an elementary school classroom, her hand raised as if to get students' attention. In the background, Reach University president Joe E. Ross is seated.

Will ‘Apprenticeship Degrees’ Come to America?

The emergence of prestigious “degree apprenticeships” in the United Kingdom has implications for the future of higher ed in the U.S., Joe E. Ross writes.

Bonus Episode: Campus Interview with Montclair State's Jonathan Koppell

In this interview, Montclair State University president Jonathan Koppell talks about accessibility for minoritized groups, the power of creative communication and why he thinks universities need to own their part in the public’s diminishing trust in higher education.

Cameron Stoker of SpeechCloud: Pulse Podcast

This episode of the Pulse podcast features an interview with Cameron Stoker, founder and CEO of SpeechCloud, a teaching platform...
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Corequisite Courses Gain Momentum

Some Oregon community colleges are trying an alternative approach to remedial education. Higher ed institutions nationally are increasingly embracing the model, but lingering hesitancy remains about the change.


Productively and Painlessly Integrating Gen AI Into Your Fall Classes

It is important that we give our learners experience in using generative AI to prepare them for job interviews, career advancement and efficient practices in the workplace.

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Academics Turn to Paid Newsletters for Scholarly Connection

Substack, which hosts roughly two million paid subscribers, said its base of academic users increased more than 100 percent in the last year.

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Lawsuit Opposes Texas TikTok Ban for Restricting Academic Freedom

Researchers and academics say the ban is preventing vital research into TikTok itself and its influence on society.

The Liberal Arts Global Classroom Online: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Timand Bates, visiting professor of education at Bard College, discusses how online education can...