Work in Public Education and Hate Chegg? You Might Be an Investor

Think you can sell Juan B. Gutiérrez on Chegg? Probably not. The University of Texas at San Antonio math professor and department chair is a critic of the ed-tech platform. He says he’s witnessed firsthand how the site’s services can be co-opted by bad actors, and he believes the company owes much of its success and profitability to academic misconduct. Read more

The Redefinition of Rigor

As colleges quickly moved classes online two years ago, professors went into emergency mode. To keep the ship of their course afloat, some were willing to jettison all kinds of cargo: traditional exams, hard deadlines, chunks of content. Some found it freeing to sail on with less baggage. Read More