The American Federation of Teachers launched a half-million dollar ad buy targeting Mitch McConnell and the Trump administration’s repeated refusal to pass a coronavirus stimulus bill, leaving working families struggling.
The public discussion of whether colleges and universities should offer face-to-face classes was kicked off in April by the president of Brown University with her New York Times essay: “College.
by Keith Hoeller “We Now Have the Worst Unemployment Rate Since the Great Depression,” read Slate’s headline. The 20.5 million jobs lost in April and the nearly 15% unemployment rate “may understate the.
by Chris Impey Massive open online classes, or MOOCs, have seen a surge in enrollments since March. Enrollment at Coursera – an online platform that offers MOOCs, has skyrocketed and.
by Stephen Aguilar In 2017, Karen Kelsky, a consultant for people looking for academic jobs, launched a survey to capture people’s experiences of sexual harassment at colleges and universities. I took interest in this.
by Nir Kshetri As COVID-19 cases in the U.S. continue to climb, government and higher education leaders have been focused on doing what it takes to protect campus communities from the.