Composition scholars consider whether their language and tone alienate the public -- or raise tough issues.
Increased scholarly output and student disengagement are linked, according to a new white paper that calls for relieving the "research mandate" in the humanities.
New report suggests community colleges need to engage and motivate incoming students more within their first few weeks.
Educators argue that challenging underrepresented and remedial students to earn at least two years' worth of college credit and a high school diploma at the same time can improve their outcomes.
Innovative program at New Mexico community college pairs technical composition and career education courses, boosting completion rates for both.
Educators lobby Congress to approve President’s $2.5 billion College Access and Completion Fund, as they compare and contrast varying state efforts that would benefit from federal dollars.
Purchase of rival that was making inroads in course management systems shakes up the market. Can the industry leader learn from the up-and-comer?
It is superior in student learning to face-to-face instruction, says new meta-analysis from Education Department. And "blended" education does better still.
Duke's Cathy Davidson, calling the current process "meaningless" and "superficial," decides to turn evaluations over to her students.
Influx of note sharing Web sites that allow students to upload and download class notes has raised questions, but also helped to increase access to higher education.
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