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A red-haired student reads a book of Shakespeare.
May 23, 2022
A change in approach will attract many more students, writes Aaron Basko.
Figures representing people in a range of colors.
May 23, 2022
The diversity statements secular colleges increasingly require of faculty candidates have many similarities to the faith statements long required by religious institutions, Justin P. McBrayer writes.
A red percentage sign.
May 20, 2022
Contrary to common perceptions, the tuition discount rate isn’t a measure of institutional financial health on its own, Gregory Matthews writes.

Letters to the Editor

May 16, 2022
We already know a lot about what works to improve teaching, and it takes a team.
May 16, 2022
Osteopathic medical colleges take this goal very seriously.
May 7, 2022
More evidence of what's wrong with the current state of the humanities.
May 5, 2022
Anxiety, depression and ADHD are treatable conditions, but they have no current cure, and treatment often isn't sufficient.
April 28, 2022
Examining only pass rates of students who enroll in college-level course ignores students who fail at any point during long sequences of remediation.

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May 23, 2022
Getting the problem right.
May 22, 2022
What the literature on parenting styles can teach us about the impact of teaching styles on student learning and behavior.

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May 20, 2022
Contrary to common perceptions, the tuition discount rate isn’t a measure of institutional financial health on its own, Gregory Matthews writes.
May 20, 2022
To address student veterans’ health-care needs, certain components should be in place, Nancy L. Montgomery writes.
May 19, 2022
The English-centric practices of U.S. universities have many detrimental effects, writes Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera.
May 18, 2022
State universities must step up to address employer demand for tailored, knowledge-based degrees to help employees meaningfully advance in their careers, Jim Shea writes.
May 17, 2022
The Pell Grant should be doubled, but it should only be applicable to institutions where Pell combined with other forms of grant aid covers 80 percent of the cost of attendance, David Ferreira writes.

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