Blog: Learning InnovationThe Inequality Machine: How College Divides Us by Paul Tough Published in September of 2019. I've been trying to figure out how I missed Paul Tough's The Inequality Machine until now. The book is…

Image: Freeman Hrabowski made headlines last month when he announced his plan to retire. After three decades as president at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Hrabowski will step down at the end of the academic…

Image: An Alameda County Superior Court judge has ordered the University of California, Berkeley, to freeze student enrollment. The highly unusual order more specifically directs the university to “suspend any further increases in student enrollment at…

Higher education, like every industry, embraced digital transformation (DX) when COVID-19 forced universities and colleges to pivot to remote work and online learning. EDUCAUSE defines DX as the process of optimizing an institution’s operations, strategic direction and value…

Blog: Higher Ed Gamma Our colleague Steven Mintz has been posting regularly in this column about how to improve teaching quality and effectiveness by systematically bringing to scale many of the innovations in Teaching and Learning which already exist within…

Students of color, caretakers and students from low-income backgrounds are more likely to face barriers accessing fast and reliable internet and functioning devices than their peers, new survey data show. "Online Isn’t Optional: Student Polling…

As the need for a college credential in the labor market has grown, so, too, has the price of earning one and the debt that increasingly comes with it. It’s not surprising then that the…

The University of Kentucky’s 2020-21 events calendar is filled like any typical school year’s: The 42nd Annual Kentucky Women Writers Conference welcomed attendees from around the nation. The UK Alumni Association celebrated homecoming. And to…