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Higher Ed Workforce Rebounding From Pandemic

Colleges employed 3.9 million people in 2022, up 1.75 percent from 2020 but still down from more than four million in 2019. Community college employee rolls have continued to shrink.

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Positive Partnership: Alternative Housing for Community College Students

LaGuardia Community College and Airbnb are working together to provide semester-long housing, plus next steps, for students experiencing homelessness.

A photo of three rocks, two of which read "people = people," one of which says "love them both" over the Palestinian flag.

Campus Tensions Over Gaza Extend to ‘Spirit Rocks’

UT Dallas students have long had free rein to paint messages on spirit rocks. Dueling graffiti about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict prompted officials to intervene.

A photograph of strikers, holding umbrellas and signs, including one saying "CFA On Strike!"

Cal State System Strike Begins, Ends in 1 Day

The university, the country’s largest four-year public institution by enrollment, didn’t concede to the union’s demand for a 12 percent raise this academic year.

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Plucking Plagiarism’s Low-Hanging Fruit

Tricia Bertram Gallant argues that graduate programs and journals should routinely check dissertations and articles for plagiarism.

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Microcredentials on the Rise, but Not at Colleges

A new survey found training partnerships between employers and four-year colleges fell between 2022 and 2023 while instruction provided by third-party providers rose.

Canada to Cut the Number of Student Visas It Issues

Canada will sharply reduce the number of international student visas it issues for the next two years, the CBC reported...
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ChatGPT Can’t Teach Writing

Automated syntax generation is not teaching.