by P.D. Lesko In 2016, the U.S. EEOC recognized for the first time, in conciliating a wage theft case, that wage theft can represent discrimination based on race, sex or.
by Paul Cowell COVID-19 has been extraordinarily challenging for universities and students, and the disruption will likely persist beyond the rollout of a vaccine. The demands on academic staff and.
by Clifton J. Fong and Megan Krou Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic caused many U.S. colleges to shift to remote learning in the spring of 2020, student cheating has been.
by Meredith Aquila Of all the things needed for academic success, one of the most essential is for students to have a good rapport with their instructors. This is particularly true in the digital.
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.