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December 6, 2021
Our higher education institutions, which ostensibly are committed to the search for truth, are sitting on the sidelines as we watch democracy lose to fascists, argues William G. Tierney.
December 6, 2021
Students and families can save time and money, writes Neeta Vallab.
December 3, 2021
Scott McLemee reviews Subconsciousness: Automatic Behavior and the Brain by Yves Agid.

Letters to the Editor

November 19, 2021
Affordable education is essential to leveling the playing field for marginalized populations in the workforce.
October 26, 2021
Explaining the pedagogical, learning and communal benefits of OER.
October 19, 2021
Leaders sometimes misuse ther authority "with the support of the very structures that are meant to mediate and adjudicate issues for employees" who lack power.
October 1, 2021
A reader wonders if critical race theory courses challenge students to consider alternative viewpoints.
September 29, 2021
Schuler Foundation's effort to bring low-income and minority students to small liberal-arts colleges reflects misconceptions of "white-led foundations who really don’t get it."

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December 6, 2021
An old idea in a different context
December 5, 2021
A conversation with my friend and colleague Amanda Graham about her new open online course in Energy Justice.
December 3, 2021
How early experiences influence our work in higher ed. 

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December 3, 2021
Scott McLemee reviews Subconsciousness: Automatic Behavior and the Brain by Yves Agid.
December 2, 2021
Our students face a daunting future at work, writes Suri Duitch, and to prepare them, colleges must change how they themselves operate—in positive and necessary ways.
December 1, 2021
College students have their own important relationships with the clock, and those particulars deserve recognition, argues Andrew Joseph Pegoda.
November 30, 2021
Early in his career, administrators backed Donald Heller’s right to do politically sensitive scholarly work. He believes public university leaders must do the same for their faculty members now.
November 29, 2021
What if tenure was awarded for a set term—say, 35 years—regardless of your age at the time you received it? Herman Berliner explores the advantages.

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