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New Cal State LA Ethnic Studies Dean Backed Farrakhan, Wished Clarence Thomas Dead

“Her history of advocacy will serve her well,” college president says in press release praising newly elevated economist
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Lambda School Controversy Calls for Robust Quality Assurance in Higher Ed

Better information about outcomes would make regulating higher education less capricious.
Students work together outside Warren Hall at Cornell University.

Lessons Learned from Teaching during the Pandemic

When it comes to remote learning, teacher experience, active learning, and peer interaction can help
Wade Eyerly

There’s Insurance for Homes or Cars—Why Not College Degrees?

Entrepeneur offers colleges a way to guarantee their graduates' future income

Noah’s Ark College

A $340 million (or even just $40 million) plan for a new “America at its best” liberal arts college.

Don’t Ruin College by Making It Free

Threats to quality and innovation outweigh benefit of increased access.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., pauses while speaking at a campaign stop at Stevens High School, Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020, in Claremont, N.H.

Sanders Outdoes Warren in Tapping Voter Anger

Similar education policies, different New Hampshire primary outcomes

In the News: What Free Public College Means for Virginia’s Small Private Colleges

In an op-ed in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Phyllis Jordan writes about how private liberal arts colleges such as Sweet Briar College "are essential to sustaining small town and rural economies."

Straight Up Conversation: A Kelley Blue Book for College Costs

Rick talks with the CEO of TuitionFit, a venture that aggregates data on the actual price of college to help the public make more informed choices and influence the price of college the way they can in a normal marketplace.

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