Pam Grossman discusses education and classroom teaching with reporters at the Education Writers Association national seminar at Georgetown University.
Marybeth Gasman discusses the HSI Pathways to the Professoriate program that trains undergraduates at Hispanic-Serving Institutions for academic careers.
Annie McKee writes about stress in the workplace, why it matters, and what to do about it.
Marybeth Gasman comments on the three university appointments and the message that they communicate.
Marybeth Gasman comments on the trends surrounding the search process for presidents of historically black colleges and universities.
Marybeth Gasman discusses why there is a lack of faculty of color in higher education.
Marybeth Gasman comments on Ruth Simmons’s background as a graduate of a historically black college, her achievements as president of Brown University, and the benefits these experiences will bring to Prairie View.
Richard Ingersoll comments on the history of teachers’ unions and the importance of understanding the historical context when looking at political issues facing unions today.
Laura Perna and Roman Ruiz write about the correlations between place of residence and college attainment, and how understanding these correlations can help target the needs of different communities.
Jonathan Zimmerman questions David Horowitz’s code of ethics and how students can learn the skills of democracy if we prohibit our teachers from modeling them.
Matthew Hartley and Alan Ruby advise a Kazakhstan government working group on how to create a governance structure for a research institution.
Laura Perna notes the need to pay attention to short-term and long-term results for students who are encouraged to attend particular institutions, given the on-average low completion and transfer rates at community colleges.
Jonathan Zimmerman analyzes Harvard’s reported decision to retract admissions offers from 10 students who posted offensive social media messages and suggests that “the best reply to bad speech is always more speech, not less.”
Joni Finney remarks on the disparities among Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities and notes that it is the government’s role to even out the opportunities.
Jonathan Zimmerman discusses how K-12 educators must use care and discretion when expressing political opinions so they do not impose their beliefs on their students.
Richard Ingersoll comments on the importance of retaining teachers of color and the need to improve working conditions in schools where resources are scarce.
Nearly 200 teachers in D.C. Public Schools quit their jobs this school year. Richard Ingersoll comments on the research regarding high turnover rates in schools.
Marybeth Gasman comments on the significance of historically black college Dillard University's large enrollment of black female undergraduate students majoring in physics.
Marybeth Gasman reminisces about her father's racism and his eventual redemption in this essay that encourages open dialogue about race and racism.
Marybeth Gasman and Howard Stevenson participate in a live-streamed panel discussion on “What do we lose when we don’t talk about race and how could our lives improve if we did?"
Marybeth Gasman comments on Trump's offensive statement about disregarding $20 million in funding to HBCUs.
Even though some colleges no longer require standardized test scores for admission, Jonathan Supovitz says some kind of standardized testing is necessary to evaluate students since there are differences in higher education quality across institutions.
"The biggest threat to the academy will not come from Washington. It will come from the statehouses..." writes Matthew Hartley in this op-ed.
"Here is an uncomfortable truth: in children’s and young adult literature, Whiteness has long been the dominant narrative perspective," writes Ebony Elizabeth Thomas in this op-ed.
“It’s all about implementation,” said Andy Porter, in reference to a new C-SAIL analysis on U. S. states' implementation of college- and career-readiness policies . “What can states do to get these standards implemented? If they’re not implemented, they’re not relevant.”
Joni Finney comments on New York's decision to support tuition-free higher education.
"There’s so much rigorous empirical research that shows the University of Phoenix is merely capitalizing on black and brown students," said Marybeth Gasman, in response to South Carolina State University's planned partnership with the for-profit institution.
In this piece, Susan Yoon's work on combating nonscientific beliefs is mentioned.
The Chicago Tribune's editorial board cites Joni Finney's 2011 study that found Illinois' 1995 shift to more local control of colleges and universities intensified the state's higher education problems.
Jonathan Zimmerman pens this op-ed on teachers engaging politics in the classroom.