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Students’ Fresh Thoughts on Value and Affordability 

Most students say they’re getting a valuable college education, but their feelings are mixed when asked directly about affordability, according to new Student Voice data. Students also weigh in on ideas for lowering costs—and reject cuts to academics (including tenure) and to student supports.

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Alternate Angles of Higher Ed Equity: Seven Insights Gained From European Universities

Setting aside affordability in the conversation about equity allows for a broader range of insight that could benefit students and the institution, writes Diane Lasyone Elliott from Western Governors University.

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Report: Improving Data Collection on Indigenous Students

New federal standards around Alaska Native and American Indian student data will impact how states and institutions collect and report data. A recent brief from the Institute for Higher Education Policy digs into the issue.

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Student Wellness Tip: Supporting Lonely Learners

A new report from TimelyCare and Active Minds highlights practices for college leaders and stakeholders to address mental health and isolation among college students.

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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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Awarding Credit Where It’s Due

A new report pushes for an expansion of credit for prior learning, including in college transfer. Here are seven actions higher ed institutions can take.

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Positive Partnership: Maximizing Student Strengths in Research

A cross-department collaboration between graphic design and biology students at the University of Dayton produced high-quality research posters.

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Student Wellness Tip: Connect Students to Hotlines

Higher education practitioners can support students’ mental health and well-being in the moment help is needed through resource connections for different student groups.