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May 2, 2016
The current state of math education in America is certainly not ideal, writes Gizem Karaali, but mathematicians, researchers, policy makers and others are working on it -- and it is definitely a problem worth working on.
April 29, 2016
Wick Sloane wonders if filling an auditorium to discuss the problem of campus hunger and homelessness is progress -- and if screaming would make a difference.

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Getting performance funding right.
May 1, 2016 - 9:03pm
Surveilling students isn't in anyone's interest except the people who make the software.
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The connection between active learning classrooms and blended, low-residency, and online programs.

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March 29, 2007
Alan Contreras asks: How should a civilized society ensure that college-able young people are not thrown away because they are poor? 
March 28, 2007
The Borders bookstore chain is "right-sizing." Scott McLemee takes a look at a new documentary about the company's effects on the culture.
March 27, 2007
In an excerpt from his posthumously published autobiography, James O. Freedman describes lessons he learned as an undergraduate -- and the professors who inspired him to be an educator.
March 26, 2007
Hank Brown describes how and why the University of Colorado has taken on the issue -- and urges other colleges to follow.
March 23, 2007
Cooperative education is now more than 100 years old. The co-op approach, in which students alternate time in the classroom with professionally paid work directly related to their majors, was founded at the University of Cincinnati by Dean Herman Schneider in 1906. There are co-op programs today at 500 institutions in the United States.

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