There’s a Reason Why Teachers Don’t Use the Software Provided By Their Districts –...

Earlier this month, education news outlets buzzed with a frustrating, yet unsurprising, headline: Most educational software licenses go unused in K-12 districts. The source of the headline is a recent report by Ryan...

The 38-Year-Old Frat Boy

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...

College Accreditation, Explained – by Education Next

As Congress gears up to revise the Higher Education Act (HEA), politicians on both sides of the aisle have raised concerns about the role played by accreditors, the organizations that determine which colleges...

5 Best College Majors for a Lucrative Career

Eat right The bottom line is, we eat too much. Cut back on portions and aim for four to six small meals a day that all include a source of protein such as lean meat,...

The Education Exchange: How Does Race Affect Special Education Identification in Schools? – by...

Scott Imberman, a Professor in the Department of Economics at Michigan State University, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss a new paper which uses data from Florida to explore how the identification of...

In the News: Colleges have been under pressure to admit needier kids. It’s backfiring...

By Education Next 01/24/2019 Colleges are increasingly focusing on providing more opportunities for low-income students. And publications are increasing ranking colleges based on how hard they are working to enroll low-income students. But...

The Right Way to Borrow for College

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...

Academic Innovation: The Obligation to Evolve – by Emily J. Levine

Universities are losing public confidence. Their value is constantly called into question. They might drive income inequality. They are mired in the past, obsessed with outdated elitism, and ripe for disruption. As one...

Support Builds For Making the SAT Untimed For Everyone – by Greg Toppo

The first time she took the SAT, in December 2013, Savannah Treviño Casias got what she calls “a really low score”—1040 out of 1600. It put her squarely in the 50th percentile—not so...

How Governors Can Give All Students ‘Freshman Year for Free’ – by Jeb Bush

As the rising costs of tuition and fees outpace increases in financial aid and student debt skyrockets, there has never been a more critical time to bring innovation to our higher education system....
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