How Do Universities Define ‘Online Learning’?

What do universities mean when they talk about “online education”? This is a question that Marc T. Austin, associate provost and dean of Augusta University Online, wanted to figure out. So, he did some quick research. This Q&A with Marc

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When the job competition is overeducated

When the job competition is overeducated

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July 26, 2022

Lately, it seems like all the competition in the job market is among employers trying to find workers. But those with pre-pandemic memories will recall that there hasn’t always

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New book links America’s ills to ‘a failure of education’

In his new book, After the Ivory Tower Falls: How College Broke the American Dream and Blew Up Our Politics—and How to Fix It (William Morrow), Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Will Bunch, national opinion columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer, traces

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The best of the 2021-2022 academic year

As we reflect on the academic year and look forward to the fall semester, we celebrate all that we’ve accomplished and all that’s ahead.

Read highlights from the 2021-2022 academic year below. Did we miss any? Share your favorite Gettysburg

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Results of a National Survey

When teachers use research-based practices and strategies to serve students with learning differences, they promote equity in education and help to develop the nation’s future workforce. A clearer understanding of the degree to which teachers implement such practices can inform

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