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July 13, 2020
Today's climate demands the inclusion of ethnic studies throughout higher education, argues Elwood Watson, who disputes the naysayers' routine criticisms of the field.
July 13, 2020
Peter Eckel explores the ways the pandemic might take its toll on the search for talent at the top and what search committees and boards should do in response.
July 13, 2020
It will fail to fight racism, writes Joe Cohn.

Letters to the Editor

July 13, 2020
Layoffs disproportionately affect those who teach our students, rather than "slimming down the overstuffed, overpaid and frequently incompetent administration."
July 13, 2020
A "hateful and demeaning" slap at people with names "given to us at birth and not ours to choose -- as if we are all implicitly morally inferior."
July 10, 2020
The rules on international students are part of what is akin to a Denial of Service attack by the Trump administration on higher education.
July 9, 2020
I am dismayed by his dismissive use of a right-wing trope like “indoctrination” to denounce a viewpoint he dislikes.
July 8, 2020
Dr. Kim chooses not to address the substance of Dr. Kolnick’s article, whose concerns he claims to share, but instead seizes on a couple of generalizations about online learning in Dr. Kolnick’s piece.

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Blogs

July 13, 2020
What will replace the SAT?
July 13, 2020
Blending incisive social critique with excellent manners.
July 12, 2020
What should schools do about sports, not just in the fall, but in the post-COVID aftermath?

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July 10, 2020
Higher education institutions are engaging in a very American tradition regarding reopening in the fall, with students and parents as the easy marks, Ryan Craig argues.
July 10, 2020
College and university governing boards must push their institutions to be forces for ending, rather than perpetuating, racism, write Carlton Brown, Richard Legon and Terrence MacTaggart.
July 9, 2020
They are vital for regional state universities to further their missions and thrive in the future, writes Ashish Vaidya.
July 9, 2020
Despite COVID challenges, large-scale collaborative projects remain feasible and have the power to reimagine undergraduate education in the humanities, write Nicholas Henriksen and Ian K. Cook.
July 8, 2020
In its latest announcement, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is strong-arming colleges to fully resume on-campus instruction, regardless of the risks or damages.

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