80 degrees and snow all in the same week! After a nice vacation, I am back with a few articles for you. This week we look at the job market and profession of psychology as well as the regulatory aspect of higher education. Have a great weekend!
Can Science’s Reproducibility Crisis Be Reproduced? (The Chronicle)
Two reports published this week studied the reproducibility of a series of psychology and economic studies. Their findings suggest that studies published in both fields are more reliable that previously reported.
The Triad and For-Profits (Inside Higher Ed)
A look at the role of state education regulatory agencies in the triad as the Obama administration continues to focus on increased oversight of for-profit institutions.
School psychologists in short supply in Valley (Yakima Herald)
With school psychologists retiring in Yakima, WA, school districts struggle to fill vacancies.
Senate Democrats press Education Department to rescind reviews of loan servicers (The Washington Post)
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Inspector General released a report this week which found that the Department’s 2015 review of loan servicers methods were flawed. In the wake of this report, several Senate Democrats sent a letter to acting Secretary of Education King requesting that the Department rescind its report.