Every year, I take the 68 teams in the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament and fill out a bracket based on colleges with the lowest net price of attendance (defined as the total cost of attendance less all grant aid received). My 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013 brackets are preserved for posterity—and often… Read more »
A new analysis of 60 studies on teacher coaching finds that benefits dissipate as coaching programs attempt to reach more teachers
Kelly Rosinger (@kelly_rosinger) is a first-year assistant professor in the Department of Education Policy Studies at Penn State University. Before that, she was an Institute of Education Sciences postdoc at the University of Virginia, where she worked with Ben Castleman’s Nudge4 team applying behavioral interventions to improve the college choice process. An expert in experimental… Read more »
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More and more American colleges and universities depend on foreign students to make sure their costs are low. But those students are increasingly going to other countries to study and the current political attitude towards immigrants is partly to blame.
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The Washington Monthly’s 2018 college rankings will measure those efforts.
Pay stubs of first-generation students match those of wealthier peers
Discrimination cannot be disguised as religious freedom
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