Online learning will only accelerate the decay of America’s education standards and student outcomes.
It isn't the responsibility of colleges to make students upwardly mobile.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit upheld today Harvard’s use of racial and ethnic preferences in its undergraduate admissions.
There's a need for lawyers, but much of the legal work doesn't pay enough to justify the expense in time and money it takes to get into the field.
Focus instead on academic capability and the desire to learn.
This tide of intolerance is just as destructive as COVID and just as hard to fight.
If you like historical analogies, this election is like the Battle of Marathon.
While the people of these states crucial to Electoral College success are ideologically divided, the people teaching their college students are decidedly not.
Kelly Kean Sharp, a scholar of African-American history, resigned from her position as assistant professor at Furman University in South Carolina.