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September 18, 2020
Scott McLemee reviews Joan Wallach Scott's On the Judgment of History.
September 18, 2020
They will not yield enough influence to impact students’ COVID-19 behaviors, particularly in their current form, argue Alyssa Lederer and Jeni Stolow.
September 17, 2020
Requiring your students in China to stay connected to your classes through them is unethical, argues Bob Eckhart, who suggests some ways to avoid it.

Letters to the Editor

July 27, 2020
Many of the "experiments" favored by administrators and advocates for disruption tend to hurt college faculty and staff members.
July 23, 2020
Do worries about exam pass rates and clinical placements lead programs to discriminate against underrepresented populations and shun innovation?
July 23, 2020
Articles that "support the belief that good course design is a panacea that eliminates cheating" don't help online learning.
July 22, 2020
The country may not be able to afford loan forgiveness and more grant aid. The former may be more politically popular.
July 21, 2020
Is the self-preservation of colleges really to be balanced with human life?

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Blogs

September 18, 2020
The pressure is on to provide a mechanism to enable students to control their own record of lifelong learning that recognizes both in-class and real-world experiences.
September 18, 2020
High school epistemology, multifactor placement and a classy end to a drum battle.
September 17, 2020
Trying to walk in your shoes.

Archive

September 3, 2020
Much more is happening on campuses than people chafing under COVID-inspired restrictions, writes Austin Sarat.
September 2, 2020
For colleges to achieve antiracism, equity and inclusion, one of the most effective actions will be for professors to stop talking so much in their classrooms, argue Scott Freeman and Elli Theobald.
September 1, 2020
Doing so expands access and opportunity in the short term but creates a two-tiered society that reinforces equity gaps over the long haul, writes Melanie Ho.
September 1, 2020
Channeling more funding directly to grad students would diversify academe and enhance the scientific enterprise, argue Kafui Dzirasa, Christopher D. Lynn, Jin Kim Montclare, Leia Stirling and Bill Wuest.
August 31, 2020
Psst, here's a hint: forget about standardized tests, writes Robert J. Sternberg.

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