Pankaj Rayamajhi hears something. Senioritis? The director of school logistics and operations has a kind of sixth sense about that unique Spring affliction as he roams the hallways of Columbia Heights Education Campus, a public middle and high school in
Edward W. Said, the late professor of English at Columbia University and noted literary critic credited with helping found postcolonial studies, was a prominent advocate for the Palestinian people. So it makes sense that finalists for the new Edward Said
Mills College is trying to do it all as it seeks to balance its budget — and it’s trying to do it all very quickly. The small private college in Oakland, Calif., wants to end a string of daunting deficits
Community colleges are seeing a steady decline in adult students enrolling at their campuses. As the national economy continues to improve, two-year institutions are finding their adult working and returning student populations dwindling. But many of them are turning to
Not every student walking away with a liberal arts degree from the University of Utah — or any other institution, for that matter — feels confident picking a profession or finding a job in an often tepid market. So the
Spoon-feeding: it’s a familiar metaphor that implies doing too much for students, doing what they should be doing for themselves, and making something easier than it should be. I heard it used recently in reference to a well-organized, detailed online
On a Saturday afternoon, 10 students gather at Genspace, a community lab in Brooklyn, to learn how to edit genes. There’s a recent graduate with a master’s in plant biology, a high school student who started a synthetic biology club,
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