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January 22, 2020
Opening up Pell Grants to short-term training is a promising idea, but changes are needed to prevent unintended consequences for equity, writes Jim Jacobs.
January 21, 2020
Liberal arts colleges can save themselves -- and perhaps our democracy -- by mining their backyards for and educating more students from working-class backgrounds via a new degree option, Rob Fried and Eli Kramer write.
January 21, 2020
Don't dwell on the Varsity Blues scandal, writes Ben Paris. Focus on the ways there are advantages, in plain sight, to cheat.

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January 22, 2020
Responding to Mary Churchill.  
January 22, 2020
Intensifying inequality, continued public disinvestment, challenges to master’s programs and a shift away from learning innovation.
January 22, 2020
We need to better grasp why marginalized student populations are likelier to fall short of their educational goals -- and how we and our schools contribute to the problem.

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January 15, 2020
Brett A. Sokolow offers advice for how to respond to the new Title IX regulations that will be published soon.
January 15, 2020
The traditional university credential faces growing competition and criticism, but postsecondary institutions around the world are responding with new designs and delivery models, Jeff Maggioncalda writes.
January 14, 2020
The appointment of Hillary Clinton as chancellor by Queen's University in Belfast is an example American colleges and universities should consider, writes Christopher R. Marsicano.
January 13, 2020
Jim Jump considers the issues.
January 13, 2020
They're often the most affordable option for higher education -- if not the only option -- yet public funding for them compared to other colleges is clearly imbalanced, write Austan Goolsbee, Glenn Hubbard and Penny Pritzker.

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