by Scott Henderson Most discussions about the drawbacks of online education focus on the negative effects it has on learning. Less obvious – but also quite important – is how remote instruction.
by P.D. Lesko In total, colleges and universities across the U.S. employ close to five million people. Data from the U.S. Department of Labor show that, to date, 650,000 people.
by P. D. Lesko For many years, I have made myself unpopular among higher education union leaders for pointing out unions blatantly unequal representation of their adjunct faculty members. When.
by P.D. Lesko Are your online students cheating when they take their exams? Yes they are, and unless faculty members actively work to curb the opportunities their students have to.
by Dr. Tabitha Moses As the 2020-21 school year gets underway – both at the K-12 and college level – many students find themselves attending online classes via Zoom or similar teleconferencing platforms. Although.
by Robert Massa Not long after the COVID-19 pandemic caused colleges to start teaching remotely, students balked at the idea of paying full tuition for online learning. It’s not hard to understand.