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December 10, 2020
We Want a More Democratic University—Until Then, We Won’t Pay
Over 2,000 students across Columbia’s institutions are demanding to be included in decisions over how their money is spent. And if not, they won’t pay.
November 23, 2020
For Some Workers, Schools Never Closed
Amid the pandemic, frontline education workers are shouldering crucial responsibilities.
November 20, 2020
It’s Not Just Students Drowning in Debt. Colleges Are Too!
When universities have to borrow just to keep the doors open, bankers and rating agencies call the shots.
November 11, 2020
College Costs More Than What’s on the Bill — That’s Why Students Should Strike
How much of your tuition is funding campus police? A lot more than you think.
October 31, 2020
College Football’s Great Defender Has Covid-19
The people in power who used Trevor Lawrence as a stalking horse for their own profit motives should be ashamed.
The Nation is reader supported.
October 30, 2020
For DeVos, the Pandemic Is Another Opportunity for Profit
Betsy DeVos has the power to protect school-age children across the country from a deadly disease. But the real priority is the bottom line.
October 29, 2020
The GOP’s Education Extremism Is Alienating Moderate Voters
If Democrats succeed in taking back statehouses on November 3, education will be a major reason why.
Jennifer C. Berkshire
October 27, 2020
International Students Don’t Want to Study in the US Anymore
And with constant changes in immigration policy keeping them in a state of anxiety during the pandemic, who can blame them?
October 23, 2020
Corporate Consultants Set Their Targets on American Universities
The administration of The New School has sought the services of a firm founded by alumni of Enron-affiliated Arthur Andersen.
AAUP-TNS Media Collective
October 21, 2020
We Can’t See Young Progressive Voters as a Monolith
Young people have diverse, complex demands for the future—and we should be taking them seriously.