Sherri Moss (back row, far right) celebrates civic learning with her 5th graders and Justice Teaching volunteer Bruce Blitman (far left). (Photo courtesy of Sherrie Moss) Florida teacher Sherri Moss clearly recalls the day she realized her fifth graders had
WASHINGTON — Making the transition from paying to read to paying to publish academic research won’t be easy for universities or publishers. But it is possible, attendees at an open-access-publishing event were told Thursday. The University of California, which canceled
Part of the 2017 sexual harassment complaint against higher education scholar Marybeth Gasman, revealed this week in Inside Higher Ed, is that she required graduate and staff assistants at her University of Pennsylvania research center to sign blanket nondisclosure agreements.
Dawood Farahi on Thursday said he would step down as president of Kean University next year, after 17 years on the job. As president, Farahi’s performance has won praise from the board but criticism from faculty members at the New
Albertus Magnus College is starting a major in general health sciences. Tidewater Community College is starting a courtroom technology certificate program. University of Missouri at St. Louis is starting a major in computer technology. Teaching and Learning Editorial Tags: New
To: My Students From: Your Teacher Re: What’s happening in college—is it real? I just read about a senior engineering student who was presenting a design project in an upper-division business communications course. In the presentation, he talked about what
“Victims” are led out as members of the Fountain Police Department take part in an Active Shooter Response Training exercise at Fountain Middle School in Fountain Colo. (Dougal Brownlie/The Gazette via AP) It’s back-to-school time across the country and as
This week on The Focus is You, we’re getting to know Angela Britcher who works in instructional design, faculty training, and content writing. We’ve catered some of the questions to fit what she does for higher education. What topic in
Somewhere between birth and college, students hopefully have learned how to compose concise, grammatically correct and contextually appropriate emails. Often they haven’t. So, to head off 3 a.m. need-your-help-now emails from Jake No Last Name, many professors explicitly teach students
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