No, Professors Aren't Discriminating Against Conservative Students
A major study led by a lifelong Republican debunks this popular right-wing talking point.
How Should Teachers Deal With Distracting Technology in the Classroom?
A new study finds students believe it is a teacher's responsibility to get them to not use technology for purposes unrelated to class.
Colleges Are Attracting More Latinx Students, but Aren't Doing Enough to Help Them Succeed
Like many U.S. colleges, Indiana University–Northwest is seeing a sharp rise in Latinx students—but support for them is lagging.
What Can We Learn From the Campus Free Speech Debates?
Amherst's "Common Language Guide" set off a conservative media firestorm, pitting free speech against equality.
Pop-Up Classes: How Schools are Shifting to Teach Gen Z in Real Time
With a nimbler approach to the curriculum, we can help this generation develop their ideals into real-world solutions.
Inside the Program That Is Changing the Way Diversifying Schools Promote Success
Georgia's Fulton County is among a number of suburban districts turning to national non-profit AVID to shrink achievement gaps and get students of color ready for college.
In the Age of Trump, We Need Cutting-Edge Humanities More Than Ever
The latest academic hoax emerges from the same ideological position as the Trump administration's attack on trans rights.
'The Coddling of the American Mind' Is Sort of Brainless
A new book repackages old complaints about college kids, while also discouraging protest.
The Real Threats to Free Speech on Campus Aren't Coming From Students
How billionaires and college administrators are using their power to silence students.
What the GOP Tax Bill Could Mean for College Savings
Regardless of whether states embrace or resist the new tax law, they could lose an opportunity to help thousands of children attend college.
How Anti-Leftism Has Made Jordan Peterson a Mark for Fascist Propaganda
When academics start complaining about "cultural Marxism," they're entering—wittingly or no—a realm of deep anti-Semitism.
When Talking of Future Financial Success, Do Fraternities Offer a Leg Up for Male Students?
Researchers found fraternity membership lowers a student's grade-point average by 0.25 points (on a four-point scale), but increases future income by 36.2 percent.
Higher Education Funding Is Still Not Back to Pre-Recession Levels
These two charts show what a lost decade of higher education funding looks like.
Why Can't 'Free Speech' Advocates Ever Defend Adjunct Professors and People of Color?
The firing of Lisa Durden after her appearance on Tucker Carlson's show exposes a major blind spot for free-speech crusaders.
Department of Education to Roll Back More For-Profit College Regulations
The regulations sought to protect student loan borrowers.
As Federal Trans Protections Shift, Higher Education Adapts
As the Trump administration moves to roll back protections for trans students, institutions of higher learning find themselves caught in the middle.