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The Humanities Will Never Die Redux
In the aftermath of the Succession finale, the public scholars of the world take to the internet.
We Can Help Students Think
What we allowed to pass for thinking probably wasn’t. It’s not too late to change.
We Can (and Should) Do Better Than the AP Exam
A Q&A with Annie Abrams, author of a new book challenging the power of the College Board and its AP exams.
Structure Your Way to Engagement
Engagement requires freedom, but too much freedom results in inaction. The solution: structure.
Guest Post: Our Grading System Gets an F
What if the F doesn’t mean what we think it means? David Eubanks unpacks what it means when a student “fails.”
ChatGPT and Writing Assessment, an Old Problem Made New
When it comes to assessing student writing, ChatGPT merely makes an enduring problem more apparent.