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A headshot of Florida governor Ron DeSantis, a 40-something white man with brown hair, speaking.
January 30, 2023
Florida’s decision to reject a new Advanced Placement class on African American studies raises unsettling questions, Lynn Pasquerella and Mary Dana Hinton write.
January 30, 2023
Jim Jump considers the Virginia attorney general’s fight with the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.
A map of the state of Utah.
January 27, 2023
With trust in higher ed falling, higher ed needs to reimagine whom it serves and how, Taylor Randall writes.

Letters to the Editor

April 14, 2022
A researcher defends his work against Matt Reed's "bad faith" critique.
April 14, 2022
The university has officially, and glibly, targeted a professor as "racist" in ways that evoke shameful moments in American history.
March 31, 2022
Correcting the record on assertions about the end of the Western civilization requirement at Stanford.
March 29, 2022
"Partisan progressive hit operation," not civil rights watchdog.
March 24, 2022
Rushing back to normal, we may be harming students.

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Blogs

January 30, 2023
College admission tests are becoming a thing of the past.
January 30, 2023
Supporting and promoting innovation on campus.
January 30, 2023
Applying institutional graduation rates to individual students does real damage.

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December 19, 2022
Scott McLemee reviews Denise Gigante’s Book Madness: A Story of Book Collectors in America.
December 19, 2022
The reasons why higher ed costs so much to produce also explain why historical esteem for higher education has shifted to resentment, write Bruce A. Kimball and Sarah M. Iler.
December 16, 2022
Any serious effort to engage faculty in the student success movement will require grappling with the realities of faculty labor and limits on their time, Jody Greene writes.
December 16, 2022
Professional development opportunities can improve campus administrators’ understanding of antisemitism and Jewish identity, Naomi Greenspan writes.
December 15, 2022
A task force won’t do the trick: congressional action is needed to address the problem of misleading financial aid offers, Wesley Whistle writes.

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