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Talking to Americans reveals the diversity behind the shared opinion ‘the country is on the wrong track’

A recent survey shows that at least 70% of people in the U.S. believe the country is on the wrong track. Malte Mueller/ fStop/Getty Images Dante ...

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What are microcredentials? And are they worth having?

The payoff for microcredentials varies by profession. Drs Producoes via Getty Images Daniel Douglas, Trinity College As private firms and ...

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Colleges to Education Department: We don't have enough time to process FAFSA information

Two-thirds of colleges and universities polled in a new survey said they don’t believe they’ll be able to successfully ...

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Colleges Are Facing an Enrollment Nightmare

For years, Senator Lamar Alexander was known for theatrically unfurling a paper document so long that he could hold it above his head and ...

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Transfer Students See Low Acceptance Rates At America’s Top Colleges

In a year marked by policy changes, legal challenges and botched logistics, this college admissions cycle is being watched particularly closely ...

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AI can help − and hurt − student creativity

Sabrina Habib, University of South Carolina Teachers across the country are grappling with whether to view AI tools like ChatGPT as friend or foe ...

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How age-friendly universities can improve the second half of life

Opportunities to learn alongside people of different ages can benefit the entire community. monkeybusinessimages via Getty Images David R. Buys, ...

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DEI Is Under Attack. Here’s How Companies Can Mitigate the Legal Risks

What happens when the irresistible force meets the immovable object? Leaders committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are facing this ...

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