BOSTON—New England's population continues to grow more slowly than the rest of the United States and though the region outperforms the nation on most indicators of "college readiness," New England's college costs still take a bigger bite out of family incomes than those in other regions, according to data in the Spring 2009 issue of The New England Journal of Higher Education (NEJHE).
Income inequality has been surging unchecked with #highered fueling division and class warfare. Revered higher ed analyst Tom Mortenson @COETalk hates to say he told us so. See his new @nebhe journal piece on Roots of the Current Crises https://bit.ly/2N0qdR9
DEADLINE EXTENDED! We are seeking faculty to participate in a regional community of practice focused on leveraging #OpenPedagogy to help create more culturally relevant curricula for students in the Northeast. Apps accepted until 1/22. Learn more & apply https://bit.ly/39AcvMC