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Back To School: A Reading List

Bullies, teachers, classmates—it’s time to head back to school with these six stories from the Chronicle of Higher Education, Los Angeles Times and more.

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O.P. Recommends: Texas Picked an Ominous Date to Arm Its Public Colleges, by Rosa A. Eberly

As you may know, dear reader, I’ve long expressed deep concerns over my country’s obsession with guns, over the widespread conviction that guns are the solution to many problems that the proliferation of guns, in fact, manifestly worsens. 277 more words

The One & The Many

Inadvertent Lesson in Racism: the Chronicle's Trump Syllabus

Just as the Education Town Hall was going on hiatus, during renovations here at We Act Radio, the Chronicle of Higher Education published its “Trump Issue.” The issue included something called the #TrumpSyllabus or “Trump 101.” 381 more words

National Issues

Knowledge, Clubs, and Journals

Three articles/blogs/news items about academic journal publishing hit my inbox in the 24 hours prior to a guest lecture for Seattle University on the topic of….academic journal publishing. 785 more words

Higher Education

Dear Diary: Are leaders born or made?

Leaving UT-Austin for a full professor position at California State University Sacramento was a big life change in 2014. In my new role as Director of the Doctorate in Educational Leadership I sit on the leadership team of the College. 1,635 more words



Daily Iowan Link

Gender pay gap at the UI results in mixed opinions from school officials.

By Anis Shakirah Mohd Muslimin


Despite being the first state university in America to admit men and women on an equal basis, gender pay discrepancies among faculty members at the University of Iowa continue to persist, according to… 816 more words

Work Samples

Xavier leads in closing wage gap for professors

By: Micah Price ~Staff Writer~

When rying to decide which section of a class to take next year, keep in mind that choosing a class with a female professor may mean that the instructor is getting paid less than her male counterparts. 355 more words