There’s a growing trend on college campuses nationwide to use tracking apps on students to monitor their attendance and compel them to go to class, underscoring the ever-increasing scuttlebutt to deploy facial recognition software on them, too.
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One day in 2017, Lauren Neuwirth sank into a chair in her university’s financial aid office feeling out of options.
As part of its admissions review, OfS also proposes options that could spell the end of unconditional offers and personal statements
The "appropriateness" of Google's sister company's plan for a "digital city" in Toronto has been questioned.
New study says student evaluations of teaching are still deeply flawed measures of teaching effectiveness, even when we assume they are unbiased and reliable.
At Western-Michigan University, a student is calling out a choir performance for singing African-American spirituals.
A North Carolina university that recently made headlines for apologizing for slavery is in the midst of a program that offers a new take on the discipline of classics to make up for its history of “abusive and exclusionary” curriculum.
Canada’s excess of directive funding programmes risks hobbling scientific imagination and progress, says Jim Woodgett
As the coronavirus - or to be precise Covid-19 - spreads around the world, getting accurate information about the disease becomes ever more important.
Sure, “Born in Monmouth County” just doesn’t have quite the same ring to it.