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Why our minds wander and what instructors should do about this.

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Accreditors Can Hold the Line

It may fall to accreditors to hold colleges accountable to long-standing principles of academic freedom and institutional independence, Lawrence Schall writes.

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Accreditors as Referees

Don’t hate on higher ed’s refs: an accreditor’s role is to enforce the rule book for academic freedom and institutional autonomy, Jamienne Studley writes.

3 Questions for Sherri Erkel about Student Success Strategies

A conversation with the VP of consulting services at Ruffalo Noel Levitz.

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The Benefits of Finding Flow

Even anxious, frazzled academics like myself who are struggling for some semblance of work-life balance can find it helpful in grading, teaching and writing, writes Nicole Bauer.

Legacy Admissions Is Still Under Attack

While few colleges have moved in recent years, student groups have taken up the issue, writes Christoph Baker.