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Bold Action for Higher Education
The United States must make a new commitment to higher education for the common good.
It Is Time to Invest in Colleges and Universities
Higher education can help drive an economic and civic revival in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic—but only if the nation supports students and the academic workforce.
Imagining a New Deal for Higher Education
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, a group of scholars organized around a vision for a more equitable and sustainable future for higher education.
Restoring the People’s Universities
Fulfilling the promise of social transformation through higher education requires prioritization of public institutions like the City University of New York and the California State University.
Challenges and Possibilities at HBCUs after the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on HBCUs and the students they serve. Now is the time to reinvest in these critical institutions.
Bringing Abolition to the Ivory Tower
By bridging the divide between academics and organizers, Scholars for Social Justice is expanding debates about race and campus policing
Graduate Student Workers on the Rise
A forum on graduate student organizing and the future of academic labor.
Reclaiming Paul Robeson in the Time of COVID-19
The Coalition of Rutgers Unions embodies a new model of bargaining for the common good.
A New Deal for College Teachers and Teaching
Faculty unions lead the way in mapping out what a real New Deal for Higher Education would look like.
Budget Justice
The reconstruction of higher education to achieve equitable educational outcomes must be a national priority.
The Miseducation of the Indebted Student
The crushing burden of student debt has educational as well as economic, political, and ethical implications.
Data Snapshot: Whom Does Campus Reform Target and What Are the Effects?
A new survey offers insights from individuals affected by the predatorial approach of a “watchdog” website.

Chapter Profile

Washington College AAUP Chapter
Chapter profile of the Washington College AAUP chapter.