Required Readings

Data mining on campus, dual-language schools, poor students post-graduation, teacher recruitment abroad, and more: Required Readings, 10.18.15

Higher education institutions are attempting to provide their instructors with real-time data they can use to support their students and improve student performance.

Dual-language immersion programs are on the rise in the U.S.

What opportunities await low-income students who overcome obstacles to graduate from high school? Not many, it seems. Also, a lack of rigorous courses holds back rural students, according to a new report.

Increasing numbers of school districts are heading overseas to recruit new teachers.

Controversy over campus police forces

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Librarienne is a university librarian who sees her professional mission as teaching the masses how to separate the wheat from the chaff in today's expanding universe of information, that everything you read requires a critical eye, and how to properly use apostrophes.

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