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Growing Columbia tuition strike threat wins concessions

Since the action began in early December, nearly 4,000 students have signed a pledge to withhold spring tuition payments beginning Jan. 22.

Audience response systems can boost student engagement

Creating two-way discussions through periodic questions in lectures can improve student involvement and performance.

NCAA to host entire ‘March Madness’ event in Indiana

Purdue, Butler and Indiana are among the universities that will help host the marquee men's basketball tournament.

Equity equals student success at University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Moon Shot for Equity will change the way math is taught and the way students are advised, among other student success work at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

ACHA recommends twice weekly tests, a plan for vaccines

The American College Health Association is pressing the CDC for a late-spring rollout of vaccination among students.

How Carthage College aims to embed anti-racism on its campus

Moon Shot for Equity member Carthage College shifted its existing anti-racism initiatives into high gear this summer after the killing of George Floyd.

How one Florida college saved $6M on energy costs

Northwest Florida State College's sustainability efforts can serve as a model for others looking to cut consumption and spending.

Balancing act: Evaluating the financial impact of declining enrollment and COVID-19

Higher education leaders must deal with the challenges of today while still planning for the future.

Discovering science wonders right in our own backyard

University/museum partnerships benefit all parties and local communities, says the education school dean at Sacred Heart University, which recently took over management of the nearby Discovery Museum.

The financial crossroad of teacher education

Leaders at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Consultants share how financing and support can encourage more students to enroll in teacher preparation programs.

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