I recently read an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education that focused on life in an area of rural southeast Missouri known as the Bootheel; the piece was grounded in research findings that have connected the dots between education (or the lack thereof) and health. 967 more words
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A friend of mine recently called my attention to this excellent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, not usually the sort of publication that one associates with societal analysis. 442 more words
College tuition is sky high. Not entirely coincidentally, so are college presidents’ salaries.
The Chronicle of Higher Education today released an annual update to its executive compensation report, adding data on private colleges from 2015, the most recent year for which IRS data on such figures is available. 302 more words
In the spirit of self-promotion, which is all the rage these days, I post here a piece that will appear in my upcoming book. It is a post from a few years back which develops the theme suggested in the rather cryptic note I posted recently after learning that the University of Wisconsin offered graduate degrees in glass blowing! 1,161 more words
Chronicle of Higher Education Review : “Initial Finishes” (2017-09-22)
Constructed By: Randall J. Hartman
Edited By: Brad Wilber
Source: CHE Website.
Theme: Initial Finishes
Each theme answer has a phrase in the beginning and a phonetic word at the end that initializes the previous two words. 433 more words