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October 27, 2020
Colleges provide many benefits that are central to American democracy, chief among them their role in mitigating authoritarian preferences and attitudes, writes Anthony P. Carnevale.
October 27, 2020
Enrollment and tuition and fee data reinforce our anecdotal sense that students seeking community college credentials face the biggest problems, Sandy Baum writes.
October 26, 2020
Colleges spend so much on student support because, as a nation, we have failed our citizens, argues Liliana Rodriguez.

Letters to the Editor

July 2, 2020
I still can’t believe that you abandoned comments for this approach, but kk, as the kids say. And worse, you abandoned them just in time to give us a piece ("Supporting Faculty Careers Amid Uncertainty," July 2) that presents us with this drivel:

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October 27, 2020
What might we learn from the demise of this amazing double-decker jumbo jet?
October 27, 2020
Lessons for Scholar-Administrators.  
October 27, 2020
What's working, in this strange new world?

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September 30, 2020
In-person instruction is more important than ever as our nation wrestles not only with a pandemic but also with myriad crises, write Viviana Geron, a student, and Marie Lynn Miranda, a provost.
September 30, 2020
General education represents the best and last chance for students to debate broad human problems, yet far too few institutions are giving them the opportunity, argue Andrew Delbanco and Jon Parrish Peede.
September 29, 2020
Matthew J. Mayhew apologizes for an article that he recently wrote for Inside Higher Ed and describes beginning a long process of antiracist learning.
September 29, 2020
The often unmanageable debt many Ph.D.s accrue necessitates a candid discussion of grad students' finances, training and potential career paths within and outside academe, writes Jennifer Torkelson.
September 28, 2020
Despite the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic, we can and should keep hope alive through deliberate effort and commitment, write Freeman A. Hrabowski, Philip J. Rous and Sarah J. Shin.

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