In October 2015, Kim Davis, a parent of public school students in Oakland, attended a community meeting about improving the large district’s student assignment system, a process that many parents agreed was in need of some sort of repair. But Davis,
Teachers with a master’s in education have more job opportunities, better salaries on average, and more upward mobility in teaching. Is an M.Ed. it for you? The post Is a Master’s Degree in Education Right For You? appeared first on
Even though Laura Baumert’s son Andrew can choose whatever book he likes for the 20-minutes daily sustained silent reading program at his middle school, he still finds reading a chore. Over the years, the sixth grader from Washington, Michigan, has
For years, many humanities leaders have urged doctoral students in their fields to consider jobs outside academe — and have encouraged graduate departments to prepare their Ph.D. students for careers in fields other than higher education. An analysis released today
An exchange between one professor and one student at Suffolk University has set off a nationwide online discussion over the assumptions faculty members may bring to interactions with minority students. The student, Tiffany Martínez, shared her story in a blog
The potential effects of the borrower defense rules the U.S. Department of Education released last week have generated disagreements — and some uncertainty. But an accompanying announcement restoring Pell Grant eligibility to students of shuttered colleges was widely praised. The
Part-time faculty members at Columbia College in Chicago say a department-level report, submitted to the administration without seeming to raise any eyebrows, demonstrates the kind of status-, age- and even gender-based bias they face on a regular basis. The report
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