New York University is going with mostly virtual final exams because of a COVID-19 outbreak. "The continuous review of the data from our COVID-19 testing program has indicated a considerable acceleration in the rate of…

Blog: Higher Ed GammaBecoming an adult is much more difficult than it was sixty years ago. Following World War II, the young achieved adult status exceptionally quickly. In 1960, the average American woman was married by…

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…

Over the past year, colleges and universities have gained valuable experience collecting, analyzing and disseminating data. They initiated much of this work in response to the devastating impact of the global health crisis and the…

Earlier this year, Dartmouth College’s medical school charged 17 students with cheating on remote online exams. Three of the students were expelled. The accused protested their innocence, claiming the medical school’s remote test administration, or…