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December 19, 2018
The passing of legislation currently before Congress would have far-reaching benefits for individuals and communities too often overlooked, writes Michael G. Scales.
December 19, 2018
Legislation in California concerning ESL instruction reflects a huge lack of understanding of what it takes for the human brain to learn another language, writes Parviz Parsafar.
December 18, 2018
To help manage career college closures and protect students, Steve Gunderson backs a proposal for the sector to fund a new federal coordinating office.

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December 19, 2018
What’s your terrible/surprising academic job interview memory?
December 18, 2018
I didn't realize how powerful this could be until I experienced it for myself.
December 18, 2018
Reflections on “A Christmas Story.”

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June 6, 2005
Imagine a college student returning to campus next fall and being greeted by a student government representative who asks her if she is devoutly religious or not. She answers “yes” and the representative responds, “I am sorry, the student government has decided that the separation of church and state means that, as state college, we have to be free of religious students.
June 3, 2005
Outside efforts to measure student performance may rankle college officials, but it's their own fault, John V. Lombardi says.
June 2, 2005
Scott McLemee ties up some loose ends from recent columns.
June 1, 2005
Terry Caesar reflects on academics' ambivalence and ignorance about money.
May 31, 2005
In lobbying for the historical profession, it's all about the dead presidents.

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