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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Is This Higher Education’s Golden Age? - Opinion Piece

Is This Higher Education’s Golden Age? - Opinion Piece

January 11, 2019

Steven Brint writes: The truly puzzling feature of this narrative is how little relation it bears to reality. Far from supporting this gloomy perspective, the statistical evidence suggests that American universities have never been stronger or more prominent in public life than they are now. 
Steven Brint writes: The truly puzzling feature of this narrative is how little relation it bears to reality. Far from supporting this gloomy perspective, the statistical evidence suggests that American universities have never been stronger or more prominent in public life than they are now. 

January 11, 2019

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The Heritage Foundation

Why California’s Push for "Free" Community College Is So Misguided

Why California’s Push for "Free" Community College Is So Misguided

January 11, 2019

California already has several existing programs to subsidize students who attend community college. Almost half of California’s community college student population has taken advantage of the state’s California College Promise Grant since 1985, which covers all application fees.
California already has several existing programs to subsidize students who attend community college. Almost half of California’s community college student population has taken advantage of the state’s California College Promise Grant since 1985, which covers all application fees.

January 11, 2019

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Inside Higher Ed

Presidents Urge Methodist Church to End Antigay Rule

Presidents Urge Methodist Church to End Antigay Rule

January 11, 2019

The 93 presidents of United Methodist Church colleges and universities this month adopted a statement urging "full inclusion" in the church for all people, including those of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
The 93 presidents of United Methodist Church colleges and universities this month adopted a statement urging "full inclusion" in the church for all people, including those of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

January 11, 2019

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Keep Cross-Examination Out of College Sexual-Assault Cases - Opinion Piece

Keep Cross-Examination Out of College Sexual-Assault Cases - Opinio...

January 11, 2019

Suzanne B. Goldberg writes: The usual image of cross-examination includes trained lawyers asking precise, rigorous questions of individuals on the other side of a case and a judge ruling on well-crafted objections to improper questions. But campuses are not courtrooms, and the reality at most colleges and universities would look quite different if the proposed regulations take hold.
Suzanne B. Goldberg writes: The usual image of cross-examination includes trained lawyers asking precise, rigorous questions of individuals on the other side of a case and a judge ruling on well-crafted objections to improper questions. But campuses are not courtrooms, and the reality at most colleges and universities would look quite different if the proposed regulations take hold.

January 11, 2019

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Chalkbeat.org

New York DREAM Act Poised to Pass Before End of January

New York DREAM Act Poised to Pass Before End of January

January 11, 2019

New York state lawmakers will likely pass a bill extending tuition assistance for undocumented students before the end of this month, one of potentially several clear shifts in education policy as Democrats assume control of the state Senate.
New York state lawmakers will likely pass a bill extending tuition assistance for undocumented students before the end of this month, one of potentially several clear shifts in education policy as Democrats assume control of the state Senate.

January 11, 2019

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