The Chronicle of Higher Education has the details. Colleges and universities closed out 2020 with continued job losses, resulting in a 13-percent drop since last February. It was a dispiriting coda to a truly brutal year for higher ed’s labor force.
America enters 2021 still in the grip of a pandemic. One of the reasons coronavirus continues to burrow ever deeper into our society is the attack on science has succeeded; sufficient numbers of Americans believe coronavirus falls somewhere on a continuum of flu to hoax. The undermining of science is just one example of the … Continue reading We must stop destroying our institutions
The people completing the tasks mentioned below might not have the exact titles I’m listing here (or the assignments might be handled by other departments), but you know who they are: The unsung heroes getting our college campuses ready for reopening. Chances are no matter their title, they’re considered staff on our campuses. And that … Continue reading STAFF: The unsung heroes as our campuses ready to reopen