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June 11, 2021
Scott McLemee explores Revise: The Scholar-Writer's Essential Guide to Tweaking, Editing, and Perfecting Your Manuscript by Pamela Haag.
June 11, 2021
To educate adult learners successfully, short-term credentials must build toward degrees, Paul Freedman and Paul LeBlanc argue.
June 10, 2021
Community college catalogs must overcome three barriers if they are serve their purpose: excess span and scope, unbounded choice, and ambiguity of purpose, write Terry O’Banion and Cindy Miles.

Letters to the Editor

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.
July 22, 2020
The country may not be able to afford loan forgiveness and more grant aid. The former may be more politically popular.
July 21, 2020
Is the self-preservation of colleges really to be balanced with human life?

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June 11, 2021
Tutoring, enrollments, transfers and an audacious ask.
June 10, 2021
Without the ACT, too.
June 10, 2021
How to make an undergraduate education more transformative and developmental.

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May 3, 2021
Congress just authorized funding for colleges as part of the American Rescue plan, and here’s how it should be used, write Russell Lowery-Hart and Madeline Pumariega.
May 3, 2021
The termination of Daniel Pollack-Pelzner could set a precedent that would eviscerate the foundational principles of both free speech and faculty governance, argues David Palumbo-Liu.
May 3, 2021
Jim Jump considers a new term for the colleges that reject just about all of their applicants.
May 3, 2021
Angel B. Pérez writes that the pressures for measurable success are driving people from the profession.
April 30, 2021
Institutional policies keep minority students underrepresented in the technical fields that would help them most after graduation, Ryan Craig writes.

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