A "new normal" is here.
Monthly Archive: March 2022
Nearly 50% of students graduate from high school with grades ranging from A- to A+.
Former President Carter's "An Hour Before Daylight" (2001) compels a response.
Negative numbers for all13 Big Ten public universities--from <1% at Rutgers to Michigan State's -12.6%
Presented at America’s Struggle with Truth-Telling and Critical Race Theory (7-21-21).
"Slowly but surely, quantification systems reshaped academic departments, the interests of scholars, the organization of disciplines, and the employment conditions …
Putting the cart before the horse is a higher ed storyline.
North Carolina’s F.A.C.T. (The Fairness and Accountability in the Classroom for Teachers and Students) is an example. It is about …
"The relentless increase in institutional spending contributes little to student success but contributes significantly to student debt."
Being an academic is not just something one does. It is very much who one is.
"We negotiate two paths at once--reckoning with universities’ complicity while creating an alternative."
Yes, says Yale alum, Daniel Alter.
Gordon 'counts the ways' in her essay, published in Informed Consent.
Do elected officials really think they can bury and erase this country’s racist histories with policies and lies?
"If we won't stand up for academic freedom, no one will."