"It’s time, as the phrase goes, to ‘take control of the narrative,’ or at least tell our story better than we have been doing—to convey how hard most faculty work, how modestly most are paid, how little job security they enjoy, and, most broadly, that higher education remains an indispensable public good in a democratic society.”
Andrew Delbanco is a professor of American Studies at C...
"Students need to get involved in changing systems that underrepresent and disempower most groups of Americans."
Nancy Thomas is director of the Institute for Democracy & Higher Education at Tufts University’s Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life.
In the following Q&A, NEJHE Executive Editor John O. Harney asks Thomas about her insights on higher education, citizen engagement an...
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In new #nebhe journal piece, Robin DeRosa @actualham examines #OER and equity, envisioning a post-#COVID19 university that sees food security and other basic needs as integral to a learner’s academic success https://bit.ly/31QLfY2