I read 30 years agoin the Chronicle of Higher Education that in 90% of PhD programs in US universities, there were no black candidates. I was reminded of this statistic listening to a report on National Public Radio in mid-July, concerning the ... National Review, 1 week ago
House turns to higher education — Workforce news to watch this week — Criticism follows Corinthian agreement - Politico, 1 week ago
Digital Reading: A "Threat" to Learning? - National Review, 2 weeks ago
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Local University Named a "2014 Great College to Work For®" By The Chronicle of Higher Education WHITTER, CA: Monday, July 21, 2014 Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU) is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, ...Noodls, 5 days ago SCU named a 2014 Great College to Work For® By The Chronicle of Higher Education Southern California University of Health Sciences, 6 days ago TLU Named a 2014 Great College to Work For Noodls, 5 days ago The Chronicle of Higher Education: Seventh Annual Survey: Great Colleges To Work For 2014 Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 week ago
Honor by The Chronicle of Higher Education puts CSUSM in elite company PR Newswire SAN MARCOS, Calif., July 21, 2014 SAN MARCOS, Calif. , July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) is one of ...Reuters, 1 week ago
Earns Honor Roll for achievement in eight of The Chronicle of Higher Education categories PR Newswire BOCA RATON, Fla., July 21, 2014 BOCA RATON, Fla. , July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Lynn University is one of the ...Reuters, 1 week ago
Pearson Launches Competency-Based Education Framework and Readiness Assessment for Post-Secondary Education
PRWeb As the profile of an "average" college student changes, higher education institutions are taking on new learning models to address this shift and meet the demands for affordable and flexible education. One such model is emerging, known as ...Street Sweeper, 2 weeks ago
Michael Morgenstern for The Chronicle By For some years, the amount of reading we assign university students has been shrinking. A book a week is now at best four or five for the semester; volumes give way to chapters or articles. Our motivation is ...Chronicle of Higher Education, 2 weeks ago The 'Best and Brightest' Aren't Always Obvious Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 week ago The Great Accreditation Farce Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 month ago
In an essay Monday in the Chronicle of Higher Education , Penn English and education professor Peter Conn writes of The Great Accreditation Farce . His take: Colleges that require professors to sign a faith statement — one that, say, requires ...Philadelphia Magazine, 4 weeks ago The Christian Post: Christian Colleges Like Wheaton Should Not Get Accredited Because They Undermine Purpose of Higher Ed, Says UPenn Professor Christian Post, 3 weeks ago UPenn Professor says Christian Colleges should not receive accreditation Examiner.com, 3 weeks ago
Big news this week for all Starbucks customers: They will now compete for their local baristas attention, which will be focused on signing up for their new online classes. As most have heard by now, Starbucks will provide free college tuition to ...Educause, 1 month ago
OAKLAND, Calif. -- We're three weeks into a trial that has the dramatic possibility of transforming the NCAA. We've chronicled how the , how the federal judge deciding the case about college sports, and how the star attractions might have been ...ESPN.com, 6 days ago
Illustration by Charlie Powell It's part Hotel California, part schlock horror movie, but with way more synergy: A business school where once you matriculate, you can never leave. Alas, this is not my pitch for the world's least-interesting ...Slate Magazine, 1 week ago
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