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June 11, 2021
Scott McLemee explores Revise: The Scholar-Writer's Essential Guide to Tweaking, Editing, and Perfecting Your Manuscript by Pamela Haag.
June 11, 2021
To educate adult learners successfully, short-term credentials must build toward degrees, Paul Freedman and Paul LeBlanc argue.
June 10, 2021
Community college catalogs must overcome three barriers if they are serve their purpose: excess span and scope, unbounded choice, and ambiguity of purpose, write Terry O’Banion and Cindy Miles.

Letters to the Editor

September 11, 2020
A reader agrees with Matt Reed's suggestion that we look for moral leaders -- but notes the need for more definition.
August 29, 2020
"Those who serve Georgia College" have "been working – dare I say harder than ever before – to provide a safe and enriching campus environment."
August 27, 2020
Eric Shen writes that the study has several flaws.
August 21, 2020
The comments were not representative, writes Benjamin Gammage.
August 21, 2020
Administrators are responsible, writes Craig Wynne.

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June 11, 2021
Tutoring, enrollments, transfers and an audacious ask.
June 10, 2021
Without the ACT, too.
June 10, 2021
How to make an undergraduate education more transformative and developmental.

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May 18, 2021
Ilana Horwitz explores some of the consequences of higher education institutions sweeping religion under the rug.
May 17, 2021
The demands that come from student activists can lead to transformative change if campus leaders work with them respectfully and in partnership, say Joy Gaston Gayles and Alyssa Rockenbach.
May 17, 2021
It’s time to hold them accountable for what they do and what they don’t do, writes Jerome A. Lucido.
May 14, 2021
Grant-making organizations should move away from traditional patterns of support and reward a broader group of institutions and scholars, argues Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera.
May 13, 2021
The attack on the humanities, especially at less selective universities, is a violation of some of the basic premises of undergraduate education, argue Mary Beth Norton and James Grossman.

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