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From: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Subject: Academe Today: Why Evidence-Based Teaching Doesn't Always Go as Planned
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What the Evidence Says
Professors Have Been Urged to Adopt More-Effective Teaching Practices. Why Are Their Results So Mixed?One big reason: They’re not always doing what they think they’re doing.
The Review | Opinion
Down and Out at the AHAHistory is facing a jobs crisis. Why doesn’t the field talk about it more?
A Six-Week Strike Yields a Big Pay Raise for Temple’s Grad Students. But Rifts Remain.The six-week walkout will end if union members approve a tentative agreement. But some at the Philadelphia university say the deal won’t fully resolve the recent unrest.
Texas Republicans Want to Reform Higher Ed. What Are Their Plans?Among an avalanche of bills filed in the Texas Legislature on Friday were at least half a dozen proposals that would affect public colleges.
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DEI Legislation TrackerLegislators, mostly Republicans, want to get rid of diversity, equity, and inclusion offices; end anti-bias trainings; and banish diversity statements.
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