With our intercollegiate athletics department’s typical management finesse, we extended our football coach’s contract about a year ago…and fired him this week. He walks away with about $6m in severance, but that’s OK because we’re just finishing up the zillion-dollar severance payments for the previous coach, and the AD who is now at Penn State, so there’s… Read more »
New data shows that for-profit colleges have by far the highest debt-to-earnings ratio.
Black parents are rearing STEM whizzes in spite of negative societal expectations.
States are disproportionately subsidizing schools whose students are wealthier, whiter.
Free college is dead at the federal level with Trump’s election, so states are picking up the mantle.
It’s not surprising that businesses are likely to take advantage of the incoming Trump administration’s hostility to unions. It’s infuriating that some academic institutions are looking to do the same. Graduate students in Columbia University just voted to organize, citing frustrations with late pay, poor working conditions and so on. The university administration is looking… Read more »
The positive approaches, support systems that work
Dramatic stories about political correctness on campus aren’t representative of the experiences of most American students.
The art and science of how College of the Holy Cross selects its students.
National reading initiative aims to boost third-grade reading proficiency