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Like other struggling schools, the University of Arizona is raising out-of-state tuition—and courting the affluent students who can afford to pay it.
Six weeks after Rahm Emanuel defeated populist, pro-teacher candidate Chuy Garcia in Chicago, public-school advocates are mobilizing for victory in Philly.
Raymond Williams tried to save culture from a priestly elite. Can the same be said of the digital humanities?
Rather than promoting mobility, the broken college financing system is ensuring that inequality gets passed down from one generation to the next.
High school students and teachers are embracing civil disobedience—and learning the repercussions.
Leading intellectuals are outraged that Monique Canto-Sperber, who famously quashed two events sponsored by Israel critics, is being given the stage to discuss “freedom of speech.”
Since age 12, Cadeem Gibbs has struggled to reconcile his desire to learn with his incarceration.
To understand the cheating scandal, look to flawed education policy.
Why are campus administrators invoking civility to silence critical speech?
As The Nation looks forward to the next 150 years, we asked some contributors to StudentNation, the campus-oriented section of our site, and former Nation interns what a radical future looks like to them.