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Public Perception of Online Education Improved Sharply Post-Pandemic

Survey finds confidence in virtual learning is growing, particularly among younger Americans. But a third still say in-person is better.

Texas A&M to Pay Record $75 Million to Buy Out Coach

Texas A&M University’s governing board agreed Sunday to pay $75 million to buy out the remaining years on the contract...
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Opinion

Making a Case for Race-Based Scholarships 

Race-based scholarships are a proven way to address systemic inequality, Noël Harmon writes.

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New on the Job: Q&A With Rachael Heard, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

As the inaugural director of academic programming and student transitions, Heard is responsible for making higher education more accessible for students.

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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.

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A ‘Near-Record’ International Student Surge

U.S. enrollment of international students surpassed pre-pandemic levels in 2022–23, fueled by sharp upticks from India and Africa. Will the trend continue?

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Colleges Predict Tuition Increases, Layoffs Under Proposed Overtime Rule

The Biden administration wants to dramatically expand employees’ eligibility for overtime. Supporters say that’s only fair. Institutions say it will cost them millions.

The Week in Admissions News

Kansas colleges drop application fees; a new AI tool for reading application essays; affirmative action ban won't impact most admissions.