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July 27, 2015
Stephen L. Chew writes that current approaches -- for awards or tenure and promotion -- are based too much on passion or student enjoyment and not enough on actual learning.
July 24, 2015
Student evaluations of teaching are suspect -- but increasing classroom observation of professors as an alternative has its own set of problems, write Jonathan Golding and Philipp Kraemer.

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August 16, 2006
You -- critical thinking products of American colleges -- can best refute insinuations that higher education is failing to educate students, Bernard Fryshman writes.
August 15, 2006
Progress in digital publishing -- some of it impressive, some of it not -- does not mean traditional books are disappearing, writes Scott W. Palmer.
August 14, 2006
Wick Sloane offers himself and his 3-point agenda. Hold on to your seats, Crimson faithful.
August 11, 2006
Nancy Cantor considers which kinds of dialogue have the most potential for success -- and why such efforts are vital for higher education and society.
August 10, 2006
Many people think they know what we should produce with the process we call a college education.  Unfortunately, they don’t agree with each other, so the topic of measuring college success provides an endless opportunity for self-assured clarity about what is not at all clear.  The current occasion for the revival of this topic, which has had various other high and low points on the national accountability agenda, comes from the Spellings commission’s discussion and draft reports that call for colleges and un

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