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How college students can learn from failing a class

Regardless of the good intentions of college students, sometimes things happen. At the end of the semester, the great grades you wanted to get have turned into one--or more--failing grades.…

Cash-strapped universities look at cutting remedial classes

Cash-strapped universities look at cutting remedial classes

Remedial courses that prepare students for college-level work are in danger as states and schools look for cheaper alternatives. But that could threaten efforts to boost the nation's college completion…

Our readers’ top ed-tech picks for 2012

Our readers’ top ed-tech picks for 2012

Here are the results of our 2012 Readers’ Choice Awards, which recognize the educational technology products and services our readers have enjoyed the most success with.…

Higher education standards: improving course evaluation

How can we start to place students at the heart of the system? The HE white paper called on universities to be more accountable to students on matters of teaching…

Are college students declaring majors too early?

Like many other new high school graduates, I entered college without a fully realized vision of what I would do once I left, says Adam Turay, a sophomore at the…

Watch: An undergraduate education in one course?

Students at Harvard, Yale and Bard College participated in an experimental a course this fall that takes the notion of a core curriculum to its logical extreme, the Washington Post…

YouTube grants schools special access to 400,000 educational videos

YouTube has an enormous collection of educational clips that could be used by teachers, but many schools choose to block the site so that kids won't be able to access…

Opinion: 3-year bachelor’s degrees will benefit college students, middle-class families

College is now a little less expensive for Ohio and Kentucky students, says Tara Dodrill for Yahoo! News. There is a push at colleges and universities around the nation to…

States move away from exit exams, shift toward college-readiness

Fewer states are requiring students to pass high school exit exams to graduate, but more states are increasing standardized testing in college- and career-readiness assessment efforts, according to a report…

Cambridge University puts Newton’s papers online

In a project that has long been overdue, Cambridge University, thanks to a hefty gift from the Polonsky Foundation (supporter of education and arts) and a grant from Britain’s Joint…

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