Discerning learning (Winter 2011)
Colleges find new ways to show what students know.
Lumina Foundation awarded grants totaling more than $5 million in the fourth quarter of 2010. More »
Jamie Merisotis counters the popular notion that education beyond high school is an optional step on the path to success. More »
Pathways to Prosperity: Meeting the Challenge of Preparing Young Americans for the 21st Century contends that our national strategy for education and youth development has been too narrowly focused on an academic, classroom-based approach. More »
Too often, existing higher education organizational cultures and practices fail to prioritize undergraduate learning, according to this new book. The authors show that many college students experience few academic demands and invest limited effort in their academic endeavors.
Lumina’s Jamie Merisotis responds to a question in the National Journal’s experts’ blog on the Community College and Career Training Grant program.