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A book on the Romantic lecture reminds a language professor why she prefers to be a "guide at the side" in the classroom.
The mission that Hispanic-serving institutions fulfill should go beyond meeting white normative standards, says the author of a new book.
Based in California, Manly represents hundreds of women who say they were sexually abused or mistreated by doctors at Michigan State University and the University of Southern California. He blames â€œvileâ€ university leaders for failing to act.
Students often don't complete assigned reading. Professors are finding ways to solve that puzzle.
In Fall 2017, when Hoover High School in San Diego’s Unified School District began building the next year’s master schedule, school leaders discovered something concerning. Some of the students who needed extra support—English learners, special-education students, and others in need of academic interventions—were more likely to be scheduled in larger classes with less experienced teachers. They were also significantly underrepresented in Advanced Placement courses, and were often separated from other
Sara Kenny, 23, earns £8,700 working for a charity while studying for a master’s degree in human rights and political scienceName: Sara KennyAge: 23Occupation: Part-time student and digital content campaign managerSalary: £8,700I realised part way through my zoology degree that I didn’t see a long-term career in it. I wasn’t as passionate about zoology as some fellow students, who ate, breathed and slept it. After university I took a gap
Controversial Speaker, His Event Canceled by Middlebury College, Finds an Audience in a Campus Seminar
Ryszard Legutko, a right-wing Polish politician known for incendiary comments on gay rights, engaged in a brisk question-and-answer session with students in the class.
Self-defense courses that focus on empowerment can be controversial. Some people say they put a burden on women to protect themselves.