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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.
May 12, 2021
Our failure to enact racial and economic justice in higher education costs the United States close to $956 billion per year, write Anthony P. Carnevale and Kathryn Peltier Campbell.
May 11, 2021
They should require students to take for-credit mental health courses in secondary school as a mandatory part of the admissions process, argues Sherrie Page.

Letters to the Editor

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.
August 21, 2020
"You’re not taking away their right to comment, you’re reorganizing it."

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May 13, 2021
Do they still exist? What are they like?
May 13, 2021
With the support of peer mentors and transfer advisers, the Virginia Pathways Program helps align curriculum and credits between two- and four-year campuses.

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April 22, 2021
Unless they endorse the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's definition of anti-Semitism, argues Kenneth L. Marcus, they'll remain part of the problem instead of the solution.
April 21, 2021
When research is free for everyone, as it's been during the pandemic, scientific experts of all kinds can shine light on the many facets of a health crisis, writes Britt Glaunsinger.
April 20, 2021
Allowing learners to use the Pell Grant for short-term programs could build a different kind of bridge -- one that links training, education and employment, argue Jamie Merisotis and Julie Peller.
April 20, 2021
Rather than expanding opportunities, opening up Pell Grants to short-term job training could put workers at greater risk, argue Daniel Bustillo and Amy Laitinen.
April 19, 2021
Recent crises have exacerbated enduring challenges in higher education, writes Roger W. Ferguson, and how we collectively address those headwinds will shape outcomes for generations to come.

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