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Drunk Mode App Is Redefining College Parties

The University will kick off its fall semester lecture series this Wednesday, with the Yes Men. Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum, a.k.a. the Yes Men, will appear on campus Wednesday, Aug. 26. Their event will...

EdStat: Seven Regional Accreditors were Responsible for Accrediting More Than 80% of the Public...

By Education Next 06/21/2018 Higher-education institutions have to stay accredited for their students to be able to use federal subsidies to pay for college. There are only seven regional accreditors, however, and as...

Is Wi-Fi a Health Threat in Schools? – by Kenneth R. Foster

Since the early 2000s, when wireless connectivity and the Internet evolved into everyday technologies, they have come to pervade our home and work lives, revolutionizing the way we share and access information. Wi-Fi...

Social-Emotional Learning: What It Is, What It Isn’t, And What We Know – by...

In the summer 2019 issue of Education Next, Grover Whitehurst expresses concern about current approaches to social-emotional learning, or SEL, and the state of the evidence supporting such “whole-learner” practices in schools. His...

‘You Can’t Un-Look at It’ – by Education Next

Elisa Villanueva Beard In this issue of the journal, Katharine M. Conn, Virginia S. Lovison, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo report on how the Teach For America experience affects teacher-participants. Education Next editor Martin West...