In fairness to the Modern Language Association and other makers of popular academic style guides, citing sources — if always tedious — was once relatively straightforward: journal articles like this, books like that. But the proliferation of media sources —
The American Civil Liberties Union and National Consumer Law Center on Tuesday asked a federal court to force the U.S. Department of Education to turn over various documents that show how the government collects student loan debt from defaulted borrowers.
Expansion of higher education systems around the world is likely to continue, according to a study that found a strong correlation between opening universities and significantly increased economic growth. An analysis of data on 14,870 higher education institutions in 78
The Futures Industry Association recently released its 2015 Annual Survey on Global Derivatives Volume. SmartBrief chatted with Will Acworth, Senior Vice President of Publications, Data and Research at FIA, to learn more about the survey and the trends it uncovered.
How many people use algebra or geometry in their adult lives? According to Andrew Hacker, who teaches political science and mathematics at Queens College and is the author of The Math Myth and Other STEM Delusions, not many — about
When you want your message to be heard, making it relevant is the key to getting your listeners’ attention. That’s because the on-demand world we live in today has trained us to hone in on what’s customized to our needs,
Over the next few months, Robert Ahdoot, a high-school math teacher and founder of YayMath.org, will be sharing singular, bite-sized morsels of inspired education strategies. These aim to be juicy, yet easily digestible pieces of teaching wisdom. Enjoy. “Graduates: just
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