FROM THE REVIEW BLOG
Coursera: A Revolution, Devolution, or Mad Experiment?
by Jessica Bennett,
Associate Editor for Digital Content
It seems to me that Coursera is everywhere in higher
education news and opinion pieces recently (see the embedded links throughout the ...
Posted Aug 30, 2012, 6:39 PM by Jessica Bennett
Reform Comes to Higher Education
An interesting piece in the Huffington Post about the purpose of higher education. For Jackie Jenkins-Smith, President of Wheelock College, that purpose is educational opportunity. It seems that the ...
Posted Jul 17, 2012, 6:57 AM by Travis York
Do Colleges Overlook Low-Income Students?
This piece from the New York Times (free) poses some interesting questions about whether top colleges are doing enough to recruit low-income students. I'd invite any thoughts or ...
Posted May 25, 2011, 10:58 AM by Jared Rodrigues
Art as Medicine
As students of higher education, we learn as scripture that the arts and humanities are in decline - being replaced by professional education; we leave innovations in medical and business education ...
Posted May 22, 2011, 5:01 AM by Sarah Hoffman
New York Times Reports on AAUP Survey
The New York Times reported some results from an AAUP survey, including increases in professor pay, the gap between public and private universities in professor pay, and the continuing increase ...
Posted Apr 11, 2011, 3:25 PM by Jared Rodrigues
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