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Michigan Grad Workers Strike

University of Michigan requests injunction to stop the strike by graduate student workers, who are asking for a 60 percent raise in minimum salaries and improvements in benefits for transgender, international and parenting members.

The Promise of Pedagogical Play

It can be valuable for not only children but also grown-ups, write Niya Bond and Todd Zakrajsek, and in fact should be a priority for academics’ professional development.

GPT-4 Is Here. But Most Faculty Lack AI Policies.

Faculty members and administrators are struggling to stay ahead of disruptive AI progress, a new report suggests.

How Online Teaching Can Promote Empathy

The approaches and tools that emerged during the pandemic could help lay the groundwork for a new driver of academic success, writes Lisa J. Anderson.

Amid Enrollment Drop, Linked Institutions Cut Humanities Offerings

Linked Minnesota Catholic institutions are downsizing languages and other humanities offerings amid declining enrollment.

How to Recover From Pandemic Learning Loss

To address pandemic learning loss, schools and colleges must fundamentally rethink education, shifting to experiential, interactive learning, G. Gabrielle Starr writes.

Why an Active Classroom Doesn’t Always Work

Rather than positively providing them a self-directed space, it might instead be just one more thing an overworked student has to cope with, writes Sarabeth Grant.

Temple Strike Ends After Grad Students Accept Deal

The Temple University graduate student workers’ strike, which lasted over a month and got ugly when the university pulled tuition and health insurance benefits, has come to an end.