For Chereta Quána Madison, access to subsidized student health insurance was literally a matter of life or death. Madison, a Ph.D. student in educational foundations, policy and practices at the University of Colorado at Boulder, started collapsing in public last
Across the country, male students are falling behind female students in college enrollment, academic performance and retention. According to National Center for Education Statistics, 56 percent of male students graduate in six years, compared to 62 percent of female students. From 1970
Last week’s post encouraged us to reconsider what student engagement means and entails. Today I’d like to explore just some of the things teachers can do to better promote it. I’m offering six ideas here and encourage you to add
High school senior Sarah Goins of Louisville, Tennessee, drove in her first drag race at age 7 in a smaller version of a drag car called a junior; now, at 18, she just graduated to her own full-size car. Sarah
Critics are launching another salvo in a long-simmering debate over the underlying math used to gauge changes in higher education finances over time, arguing a cost-adjustment index used in a closely watched report obscures true trends in revenue. At issue
Everyone at Juniata College was talking about race. Everyone, it seemed, but the professors. While race was rarely discussed in class, it was everywhere else: students read about Black Lives Matter. They read about the protests at the University of
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