In: March 2020

How Black Girls Benefit When Math has Social Interaction and Ways to Learn Together

The takeaways? Black girls want math teachers and classrooms that are open to social interaction and


The generosity of foreign donors should be celebrated (opinion)

Last month, the U.S. Department of Education announced the launch of an investigation into foreign gift


Focusing on the Fifth Year to Help Students Graduate

“They still get a diploma, which is a good thing,” Rumberger said. “And it kind of


Institutional Responses to Coronavirus - Higher Education Today

Title: COVID-19 Effects on U.S. Higher Education Campuses: Academic Student Mobility to and From China Authors:


Less than six weeks after voting to close the School of Architecture at Taliesin, the institution’s


What Students Gain By Teaching Their Peers How to Meditate

“Meditation is the practice of observing what’s going on, without reacting to it. It’s the practice


Improving Postsecondary Access for Rural America

By Robin Matross Helms A few years ago my former ACE colleague Barbara Hill coined the


A newly released survey of employers found substantial wage premiums for graduates with master’s degrees compared


10 Nonfiction Children’s Books That Humanize Mathematics

Hidden Figuresby Margot Lee Shetterly High school students who enjoyed the 2016 blockbuster “Hidden Figures” can


I’m having trouble thinking of much else beyond COVID-19.  The potential impact of the virus on