In: November 2020

How Understanding Middle School Friendships Can Help Students

Humans also “vary in their tendency to introduce their friends to one another,” she reports. Just

Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

It’s time to replace teaching centers with centers for educational innovation, evaluation, and research. Virtually every

Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

Ontario Faculty and Students See Negative Impact of Online Education Nov. 27, 6:23 a.m. Ontario faculty

Lucille Bridges, Mother Of Anti-Segregation Icon Ruby Bridges, Dies At 86

“Lucille insisted, seeing the action as an opportunity to help all Black children, and walked Ruby,

Report Finds Bipartisan Consensus on Areas of Higher Education Accountability

Title: Workplace Basics: The Competencies Employers Want Authors: Anthony P. Carnevale, Megan L. Fasules, and Kathryn

Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

Maine Sees Spike in COVID-19 Cases Nov. 25, 6:14 a.m. The University of Maine system is

How Mindfulness During Class Can Help Students and Teachers

Mindfulness, an umbrella term for a range of practices, is about observing your emotions and state

Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

Harvard in 1900 had only one required course — freshman composition – reflecting the faculty’s belief

'I Come Up Short Every Day': Couples Under Strain As Pandemic Upends Life At Home

“The traditional gender division of labor is very durable,” Cooper says. “Even the most egalitarian-thinking couples,

Roundup of spring 2021 university press books on COVID-19

The offerings from university presses listed in the spring catalogs include a considerable number flagged as