Print Still Matters — Especially For Students
A new series of studies finds that reading from screens isn't great for classroom success.
Lauren M. Singer Trakhman
Patricia A. Alexander
This Group Is Tackling LGBTQ Youth Suicide Rates, One Text Message At A Time
“It's a really critical issue for LGBTQ young people, and it's even more pressing and alarming in the current political climate.”
Why Some German Kindergartens Are Going Toy-Free
Sounds cruel, doesn't it?
Study Shows Education Can Reduce Risk Of Alzheimer’s Disease
“Older people who aren’t in the position to go back to school can reduce their Alzheimer’s risk by working longer.”
You’ll Need More Than Perfect Grades To Get Into America’s Top Universities
“We should discard the notion that admissions is a meritocratic process that selects the 'best' 18-year-olds who apply to a selective university.”
Trump May Be The Reason More Students Are Choosing Historically Black Colleges And Universities
“The atmosphere at HBCUs offer a space for students to grow and learn without necessarily having to factor that into their college experiences. It’s a safe space in a time where safety concerns and racial tension cannot be denied.”
San Francisco Is The First U.S. City To Make Community College Free To All Residents
A similar program in Tennessee is seeing positive results.
Lyft Wants To Help Its Drivers Finish College
The ridesharing company is partnering with Guild Education to offer thousands of dollars in tuition discounts to drivers.
Congress Is Preparing To Tackle The Higher Education Act. Here’s What It Could Mean For You.
Congress is preparing to reauthorize the Higher Education Act in 2018 and it could mean big changes to the federal student aid program.
Christopher R. Marsicano
Sony Looks To Improve Data Management At Universities Through Blockchain Technology
The blockchain is going to school.
Here’s Why These Libraries On Wheels Are Rolling Into Combat Zones
Education "is a vital part of the humanitarian response” that “is not a luxury that can wait until other survival needs are met.”
Education Isn't A Constitutional Right, But It Should Be
Without a federal check, education policy tends to reflect politics more than an effort to deliver quality education. It's time to affirm the right to learn in our country's most important document.
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