Happy Friday! This week’s articles focus on the U.S. Department of Education’s work to support students, a look at where the job postings are for psychologists and a survey faculty demographics. Enjoy!
“New APA report analyzes online job advertisements for licensed psychologists” (APA Access)
APA’s Center for Workforce Studies released a new report this week examining online job postings for licensed psychologists.
“Where are the Minority Professors” (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
The Chronicle of Higher Education takes a look at the demographics of faculty at 1,500 colleges.
“Education Dept. Seeks to Clear a Path to Loan Forgiveness and Recover Lost Loans” (The Chronical of Higher Education)
The U.S. Department of Education plans to develop a standard to identify fraud and consistently review appeals for debt relief.
“Scoring the College Scorecard” (Center for American Progress)
A look at the limitations of the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard and recommendations on how to improve the tool.
“Assessing, Without Tests” (Inside Higher Ed)
The Association of American Colleges and Universities released survey findings colleges and universities are relying more on learning outcomes and less on standardized tests to assess student learning.