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Supreme Court Declines to Hear North Carolina State Professor’s Case

The Supreme Court declined to hear the case of a North Carolina State University professor who alleged the university retaliated...

Building a Better Book: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Northern Kentucky University Week: Tamara O’Callaghan, professor in the department of English, uses...

ChatGPT Can’t Teach Writing

Automated syntax generation is not teaching.

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How Many Casualties Would a Plagiarism War Produce?

If conservatives and liberals start scouring their opponents’ academic publications for stolen ideas or phrases, nobody—even plagiarism experts—knows how much grist they will find. 

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What Does ‘Test Optional’ Really Mean?

Should students submit scores? It’s hard for them to tell, a point of confusion that points to deeper problems, Ben Paris writes.

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Study: Building Resiliency in Entrepreneurship Courses

Facing challenges in entrepreneurship has value, and new research highlights how educators can employ pedagogies that encourage students to work around difficulties.

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Dying to Be Heard?

Leah P. Hollis writes of the need to address workplace bullying after the tragic death of Antoinette Candia-Bailey.

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A (Very) Early Admission Guarantee

California State University, Fresno, is promising admission to local high schoolers as early as ninth grade, hoping to boost enrollment and build a “culture of college-going.”