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In Higher Education, What Does "Catholic Identity" Actually Mean?

Each semester, there are an increasing number of LGBT-positive developments in Catholic higher education, documented by Bondings 2.0’s “Campus Chronicles” series. But opposition to these efforts often frames LGBTQ supportive developments as undermining Catholic identity. 789 more words

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Interview with Educator and Teacher Mentor, Viviana Montoya-Hernandez Torres

For the inaugural interview, I interviewed someone who in a model educator and has a contagious love of education that inspires others to be intentional with their work and to always approach teaching from a place of love. 3,072 more words

Leadership in Higher Education Journal Entry #6

Today I want to talk about Political Leadership. The book, Leadership Theory and the Community College by Carlos Nevarez, J. Luke Wood, and Rose Penrose, makes it seem very negative. 311 more words

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Exciting Spring Break Plans for Grad Students

Let’s face it: Spring Break is an undergrad’s game. Most of them flock to some sunny island whose painful history of colonization you learned about last week in a story form… 480 more words

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Administration Releases “Skinny” Budget; Education Feels the Pinch

The Department of Education (ED) would receive a 14% reduction, impacting both K-12 and higher education programs. Under the President’s plan, ED would receive $59 billion in discretionary funding, a reduction of $9 billion from the amount appropriated in the Fiscal Year 2017 Continuing Resolution (FY 2017 CR). 349 more words

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Innovate 2017 – A Joint Conference Presented by OLC and MERLOT

Education innovation. It’s how we, as a community, continue to thrive in this rapidly changing learning environment. It’s how we respond to and guide student success and satisfaction. 145 more words

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March 28 Deadline Looms for Online Schools to Obtain Authorization in New York

Although the rules took effect in September, the Regents granted schools a six-month grace period to obtain authorization. Only schools that are approved participants in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) are automatically exempt from this requirement. 314 more words

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