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Monthly Archive: October 2018
Important article from The Nation. Read more here.
David Brooks thinks so. Read more at The New York Times.
Gee, what an idea! Let’s also include students, staff, and alumni. DEMOCRATIZE higher education governance!
Patrick Hruby thinks so. CTE is the reason. Read more in this extensive report published recently in Deadspin.
Says Daniele Struppa, president, Chapman College, in The Wall Street Journal.
FROM THE DETROIT NEWS: “Michigan State desperately needs to overhaul its leadership culture, a necessarily self-critical exercise that will be …
Admissions data reveal that Oxford will stay that way, too. Read more from The New York Times.
“While academic skill matters in determining who gets selected, the emphasis is on these students’ resiliency, their drive to learn …
The rate is now about 5x higher than it was just a decade ago. Read more from The Wall Street …
… they are far apart regarding government’s role in paying for it. New America’s findings are analyzed in Inside Higher Education.
From The Detroit Free Press, reforms might include: changing the Board’s governance structure; mandating that the new president be approved …
The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Sarah Brown interviewed MSU’s interim chief.
Here’s an interactive source published by The Wall Street Journal. The database includes graduates from 445 schools across the country.
Read how African Americans are fighting back against racism. It’s from The Nation.