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Can I Just Make Room for Interesting Things?

In the liberal arts, we don’t have an employability problem; we have a messaging problem, Kristin Brennan and Stephen Perkinson write.

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Value of College Degree Is Clear, but Public Skepticism Persists

A new report from the Pew Research Center shows that the wealth gap between people with and without college degrees remains wide.


A Meaningless Education

18- to 25-year-olds are more anxious and depressed than their teen peers. We shouldn’t be surprised.

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Positive Partnership: Equipping Students to Teach Multilingual Learners

Western Oregon University offers scholarships and mentorship for students as they prepare to be ESOL educators, as well as a pathway for current teachers to be reskilled.

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Positive Partnership: New Degree Pathway for Nursing Students

Starting this fall, students at Beloit College in Wisconsin can earn a dual degree in nursing through Edgewood College, thanks to a new agreement between the two institutions.

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New College Classification Will Measure Socioeconomic Mobility

Proposed changes to Carnegie Classification would categorize institutions based on their enrollment of low-income and minoritized students and learners’ post-college earnings.

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Career Prep Tip: Workforce Simulations for Experiential Learning

Stony Brook University integrates technology into career development opportunities, helping students land jobs and build experience for their lives after college.

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Democrats and Republicans Alike Still See Value in a Degree

Americans may not be happy with higher education, but regardless of political affiliation, most still see its “value,” according to a new Third Way survey.