Well-known and respected as an opinion magazine dealing with contemporary issues in higher learning, the award-winning Change spotlights trends, provides new perspectives, and analyzes the implications of developments in areas including public policy, financing, and teaching and learning. Articles cover influential institutions and individuals, new teaching methods, finances, governance, and technology. Change is published six times a year with editorial leadership provided by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Editorial content includes columns on important data, new books, and teaching resources; analytical features on national developments in postsecondary education; and other special departments.
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