Robert Sternberg, professor of human development at Cornell University, resigned last week as editor of Perspectives on Psychological Science after colleagues raised concerns about his frequent self-citation in the journal and attitudes toward gender and diversity in general, among other issues. Sternberg refuted
Private colleges and universities discounted tuition for the 2016-17 academic year at higher rates than in previous years and continued their decade-long attempts to recruit and retain freshmen at a time of declining enrollment and increased competition for students. The
DALLAS — A new report from EAB shows that part-time student success in community colleges is key to closing achievement gaps for minority students. The report, “Reframing the Question of Equity,” was released today during the American Association of Community
Handshake, the prospering career-services platform, will be in use at 700 colleges and universities by this fall. The company appears poised, despite previous concerns over student privacy, to dominate the market. The start-up has strived since its creation in 2014.
Urban Maker Assembly Academy serves students from all over New York City, many of whom come in behind grade level. The school uses a mastery-based approach, focusing on helping each student become proficient in the necessary skills no matter how
25 Resources For Web Designers And Developers Ccontributed by Alex Meka This post is sponsored content Digital technology evolved with supersonic speed in the last few decades and it is not slowing down. Today you cannot be competitive if you
The term “microaggression” was coined in 1970 to name relatively slight, subtle, and often unintentional offenses that cause harm (Pierce, 1970). Since then, a substantial body of research on microaggressions has demonstrated their prevalence and harmful effects (Boysen, 2012; Solorzan,
When Principal Leadership Is Missing At Your School contributed by Tamara Fyke A few years ago, while working with the Center for Safe & Supportive Schools at Vanderbilt University, there was a question I frequently received from teachers: “What do
16 Amazing Libraries For Bibliophiles by TeachThought Staff Want to see some amazing libraries? The YouTube channel ‘Believe That’ explores them in a video that, while not incredibly detailed and missing some obvious libraries that should’ve been included, is a
12 Things Schools Could Be Instead Of Schools by Terry Heick What else could schools be? Instead of schools, I mean. Or at least as we think of the word ‘school,’ anyway. The more I think about it, the more
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