Here’s one solution to an old problem. From Inside Higher Education.
Monthly Archive: August 2017
Case in point is the UVA. From The New York Times: “About 9% of students come from families earning at …
Withdrawn is the Center’s power to sue. Read more from Law.Com.
Worth a read, even if you don’t buy the argument (and we suspect many colleagues won’t).
Tips come from the Beyond Academia conference, which was held at UC-Berkeley, in March 2017.
Thomas Frank offers his perspective … from The Guardian.
Read Giroux’s take in TruthDig. (Published originally — shorter version — in The Conversation.)
Using endowment funds to expand financial aid, BU experiences a sizable increase in the percentage of frosh who come from low-income …
Kerry Ann Rockquemore describes how. Read her essay from Inside Higher Education.
The AAUP denounces in the strongest possible terms the decision by the Trump administration to end the Deferred Action for …
Prof. Sheldon Jacobson thinks so. Read more at Inside Higher Education.
Universities are good at making corporate calls. But are they adept when it comes to acting for the public good? …
They believe it will help restore public trust in higher education. Read more from Inside Higher Education.