Posts from WorldWise
The debate over the use of agents in recruitment has quieted, but colleges still struggle to weed out fraud in applications from China and elsewhere.
Examples from Africa show how higher education still must reflect national cultures, say Kevin Kinser and Jason Lane.
An American professor at the University of the South Pacific finds colleagues there stymied by a restrictive policy on conference travel.
Even the simple task of taking a test to graduate from high school is fraught with danger and political issues, says an expert in a Syria research group.
Peter N. Stearns, provost of George Mason University, offers six lessons in how to create an international university.
Many university presidents are missing the crucial opportunity to fully internationalize their campuses, say two international educators.
The country is increasing its spending on science and graduate programs, changes that universities in the United States should keep an eye on, says Marion Lloyd.
The government wants to adopt parts of the American higher-education model. Is that really a good idea?
While freed from China’s Internet censors and other restrictions, these students don’t necessarily experience a political awakening during their time in the United States.
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