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September 25, 2018
Five years after it was launched, Tennessee Promise has catalyzed seismic positive change, writes Mike Krause.
September 24, 2018
In Division III, game outcomes may matter less than the enrollment of male students, writes Jim Jump.
September 24, 2018
The real question should be whether the discrimination is legal and serves an educational purpose, writes David Karen.

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September 25, 2018
Some thoughts on all-comers policies, with special attention to the situation at the University of Iowa.
September 24, 2018
Writing can be and should be fun. 
September 24, 2018
Looking for solutions.  

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April 13, 2012
Critics say recent attempts to charge more for high-demand community college courses hurt low-income students. But they're hurt more, Nate Johnson says, if the only classes open to them are at costlier private colleges.
April 12, 2012
Colleges focus too much on rankings and pushing students through, and too little on academic rigor and quality. Change -- and not a little -- is needed across higher education, Richard Keeling and Richard Hersh argue.
April 11, 2012
Love him or loathe him, Thomas Kinkade was the most widely known American artist of the last 20 years. Scott McLemee surveys his landscape.
April 10, 2012
Gizem Karaali, a mathematics scholar, decided to teach a seminar for first-year students with one of those course titles critics love to mock (Can Zombies Do Math?). Much was learned.
April 9, 2012
The much hyped device has lived up to its promise for scholars, but won't replace the laptop, writes Alex Golub.

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