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October 23, 2020
The divide between those with and without degrees hurts higher education and the country. Ryan Craig says colleges and universities must work to close that gap.
October 23, 2020
Scott McLemee reviews Tobias Carroll's Political Sign.
October 22, 2020
It’s time for them to weigh in, but they don’t know how, contends Raquel M. Rall.

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August 5, 2020
He leaves a strong legacy.
July 28, 2020
We should revamp American support systems to repel the increasingly entrenched cognitive and plutocratic classes. But let's not dismiss "up by the bootstraps" entirely.
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.

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October 23, 2020
Partial correction to a theory, The Girl eviscerates Quibi, and a tribute to Keith Jarrett.
October 22, 2020
We cannot know what's possible for the future of higher education until a certain important event is resolved. The possible paths couldn't be more divergent.
October 22, 2020
Lawn signs and classroom norms.

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October 12, 2020
The pandemic has created a real crisis that higher education can help solve, write four scholars.
October 12, 2020
The College Board has made real progress, but more work needs to be done, writes Mark Carl Rom.
October 9, 2020
Scott McLemee reviews Adrian Daub's What Tech Calls Thinking: An Inquiry Into the Intellectual Bedrock of Silicon Valley.
October 9, 2020
COVID-19 has brought global communities together in new ways, and we'll have to collaborate technically and across generations to address all the disruptions we face, writes Lisa M. Coleman.
October 8, 2020
Colleges and universities have an opportunity to better serve millions of Americans adults without a postsecondary degree, Dave Clayton writes.

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