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Image: Richard A. Detweiler first released some of the results of his study on the long-term impact of having attended a liberal arts college or experienced qualities associated with liberal arts education in 2016. The results…

Blog: Higher Ed GammaImagine a latter-day Rip Van Winkle fell asleep in 1957 and awoke (like the original Rip) 20 years later.  His now aged friends would relate incredible tales: Of sit-ins, teach-ins, love-ins, of campus…

Blog: Higher Ed GammaJaw-dropping. Eye-popping. Mind-blowing. I can’t think of any better words to describe my reaction to the soaring value of the endowments of the nation’s wealthiest colleges and universities. Washington University in St. Louis…

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…

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