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National group of campus writing programs kicks a poet off a committee because of Twitter project that some view as racist but others view as artistic expression.
Writing instructors at Conference on College Composition and Communication talk about teaching about racism and white privilege -- and the political and career risks they face for doing so.
Arizona State, facing criticism, agrees to pay more to some composition instructors assigned extra sections. But the university refuses to back down on courseloads that violate disciplinary standards.
Arizona State tells non-tenure-track English instructors to shift from 4-4 to 5-5 course load, without increase in compensation and in violation of professional codes on how many writing students one can effectively teach.
Love it or hate it, composition professors report seeing an uptick in students' intentional use of single quotation marks outside their traditional context.
National study examines the nature of assignments -- and finds many of them lacking in creativity.
Writing professors issue warning about plagiarism detection software.
Prominent writing instructor challenges a much-discussed study that found machines can grade student writing about as well as humans.
Was Oakland U. right to suspend a student after he revealed in his class writing journal that he finds his instructor attractive?
Universities should offer writing courses and other support aimed at teaching graduate students the sort of writing they'll need to succeed in their careers, Aisha Langford argues.
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