Students who attend "early college" high schools are more likely to graduate, enroll in college and obtain associate degrees than their peers, says a new study.
Cary Nelson warns that MOOCs could lead to erosion of faculty members' intellectual property rights.
Many students in many countries don't know what the rules are, study finds.
Study finds that students learn little more from great lectures than bad ones.
To do an alt-ac search, you need to know the possibilities that are out there, write Brenda Bethman and Shaun Longstreet.
As colleges cut hours of part-time instructors, would recommending favorites to nearby institutions be a good reward for them -- or would it simply give the institutions more power over non-tenure-track faculty?
New study suggests that the reasons students seek a higher education can have a big impact on their grades and likelihood of staying enrolled.
A new round of debate over the job market for traditional academic positions illustrates why it's time to recognize the alt-ac community on campuses, write Brenda Bethman and C. Shaun Longstreet.
A new study by a Stanford-affiliated researcher questions several assertions made by advocates for the Advanced Placement exam.
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