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August 18, 2017
If greater numbers of institutions implement such programs, they will be better able to promote student success, to produce higher levels of research and to serve as exemplary educational models, write Shari Tarver Behring, Carolyn Jeffries and Michael Spagna.
August 17, 2017
It’s one thing for unwelcome racists to invade our campuses, quite another to have dead racists honored on them, argues Leidy Klotz.

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August 20, 2017
How do you handle academic support more broadly, for college classes taught in high schools?
August 20, 2017
There's consensus on the best ways to teach writing. We just don't resource the actual teaching of writing.

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May 10, 2010
It's time for lawmakers, the IRS, the press and academics to subject public college and university foundations to more scrutiny, writes Pablo Eisenberg.
May 7, 2010
What's in a name? that which we call a roseBy any other name would smell as sweet.These lines from Romeo and Juliet are often quoted to indicate the triviality of naming. But anyone who has read or seen the play through to its end knows that the names Montague and Capulet indicate a complex web of family relationships and enmities that end up bringing about the tragic deaths of our protagonists.
May 6, 2010
A murder, allegedly by a male lacrosse player, has renewed a pattern of some writers making unfair generalizations and some university officials ignoring due process, writes KC Johnson.
May 5, 2010
And then back up again....Scott McLemee looks at new book on the history of reburials.
May 4, 2010
Nancy Rosenbach and Peter Katopes see too much emphasis on the speed with which we aim to educate and not enough on the substance we offer.

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