Higher Education

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Free speech becomes more costly on college campuses

By Mary Reichard
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Free Speech | Academic inquiry needs open minds and open ears. So why do open mouths prompt college campus authorities to shut them with speech restrictions?  Feminist…

Mugged by Nietzsche

By John R. Erickson
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Religion | A college student of the 1960s looks back—embarrassingly—at his fascination with the philosopher

Combating college student burnout

Combating college student burnout

By Anthony Bradley
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Higher Education | American society has managed to fail an entire generation of students by micromanaging their lives and not letting them experience failure. The result is that…

Private coding boot camps draw public attention, funding

By Wayne Stender
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Education | A new model for training computer programmers has investors salivating, and the Department of Education might be one of them as the industry looks to grow by…

Prison education cuts recidivism, but who should pay for it?

By Wayne Stender
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Corrections | In absence of state funding, private donors are stepping in to support a movement by Cornell University to educate prison inmates and cut recidivism. Since…

Faith-based schools confront Common Core challenges

By Wayne Stender
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Education | As new national standards bleed into college readiness exams, many faith-based schools are aligning curriculum with Common Core standards. The changes are…

The CCCU controversy may not be over

The CCCU controversy may not be over

By Nick Eicher
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Higher Education | Each week, The World and Everything in It features a “Culture Friday” segment, in which Executive Producer Nick Eicher discusses the latest cultural news

Obama’s college scorecard omits colleges that shun federal funds

By Wayne Stender
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Higher Education | President Barack Obama is showing-off a “College Scorecard” that supposedly lists every college and university in the nation. But a look through the…

Job seekers turn to ‘mini’ degrees in hopes of big career boost

Job seekers turn to ‘mini’ degrees in hopes of big career boost

By Laura Edghill
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Higher Education | Nanodegree programs, the latest education offering from Udacity, promise inexpensive, efficient, career-retraining tools for a variety of popular tech…

EMU, Goshen voluntarily leave CCCU


By J.C. Derrick
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Higher Education | Organization split over same-sex marriage seemingly averted

CCCU decision day looms

CCCU decision day looms

By J.C. Derrick
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Higher Education | Board faces critical moment in council history as it considers membership of schools that hire faculty in same-sex marriages

Bernie Sanders’ Christian encounter at Liberty

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2016 | College students offer a winsome alternative to presidential candidate’s socialist message

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