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Taking out a student loan for your child can hurt your...

Thomas Korankye, University of Arizona When people take out student loans for themselves, certain risks are involved. The debt...

Knoxville school shooting serves as stark reminder of a familiar –...

James Densley, Metropolitan State University and Jillian Peterson, Hamline University With most U.S. students having learned virtually in 2020...

Divorced dads often dissed by schools

Jessica Troilo, West Virginia University By the time Father’s Day takes place, the school year is usually over. In many ways, that’s an apt metaphor for...

What’s behind the teacher strikes: Unions focus on social justice, not...

Rebecca Tarlau, Pennsylvania State University For the past few years I’ve been studying teacher unions and teachers strikes throughout the Americas. My research has taken...

Design is key in college ‘promise’ programs

Laura Perna, University of Pennsylvania; Edward J. Smith, University of Pennsylvania, and Elaine W. Leigh, University of Pennsylvania In one of her first public acts...

Poor and middle-income families need a better way than 529s to...

Robert H. Scott III, Monmouth University and Steven Pressman, Colorado State University A college education is increasingly necessary for success in today’s economy....

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Julius Caesar in our times

Jyotsna G. Singh, Michigan State University “All the world’s a stage,” Shakespeare once wrote. In recent weeks, that Shakespearean adage has been particularly resonant, with the...