The 2013 Influence List
These individuals made their mark through the courts, through the power of an idea, through the act of writing an open letter, even in death.
A Debate Over Unions
Colleges that oppose the unionization of part-time instructors are accused of violating the teachings of their own faiths.
Curiosity is curious, sometimes spurring us toward knowledge, sometimes stupefying us with the ostensibly unknowable.
In the News
The compromise proposal, if passed, would all but ensure that cuts in education and other domestic programs won't be as deep as had been feared.
Instead of looking at what makes donors likely to offer big gifts, a new study examines what makes institutions more likely to receive them.
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- The 'Blue Book' of the Future
- Twitter's Value as Measure of Scientific Impact Encounters New Doubt
- For-Profit Colleges' Winter Meeting Focuses on Employment
- Deans Consider New Demands on Graduate Education, in School and After
- Researchers Push MOOC Conversation Beyond 'Tsunami' Metaphors