In: June 2021

‘Don’t go back to the old normal’: Opportunities for Adolescent Learning Revealed by COVID-19  

Those particularly attuned to brain development during adolescence might wonder about the pandemic’s impact on children.


Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

For academic institutions to engage working adult learners, it is imperative to understand the skills that


Learner Records: If You Build It, Will They Use It?

By Kate Wolfe-Lyga and Marcus Hotaling In April 2021, an ACE survey indicated that 73 percent


Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

NCAA Rules NC State Out of College World Series June 28, 6:09 a.m. The National Collegiate


Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

Nebraska Offers Incentives to Vaccinate June 25, 6:16 a.m. The University of Nebraska at Lincoln is


Three Strategies for Advancing Antiracist Practices

He also prioritized developing students’ mastery of content and skills. He took the pressure off students


Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

When she isn’t renovating farmhouses from the 1860s or making homemade jams and salsas for her


Millions Of Teens Experience Abusive Relationships. Here's How Adults Can Help

And don’t think of this as a one-off conversation; rather, think of it as one that


Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

Perhaps you’ve seen the T-shirt that says “Decolonize Everything.” The word “decolonize” has become inescapable. There


How to Tap Memory Systems to Deepen Learning

The Role of Working Memory Working memory is a temporary holding area for thoughts while you