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Perspectivas de la universidad desde Canadá

This past century, universities have proven to be nimble and entrepreneurial even while adroitly portraying themselves as guardians of tradition. (Shutterstock) Universities have thrived despite past disruptions and could grow even stronger after COVID-19 January 25, 2021 4.34pm EST T
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Ciencia política y política en la ciencia – a propósito de Trump y el Capitolio

A Reckoning for Political Science As a recent APSA statement faulting ‘both sides’ makes clear, the field is too worried about appearing partisan. RON HAVIV, VII, REDUX THE REVIEW By Erin R. Pineda JANUARY 14, 2021 Political scientists working within the polarized (indeed, explosive)
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Inglaterra: debate sobre medición de calidad de la docencia

V-cs voice ‘significant concern’ on regulator’s ‘quality’ metrics Office for Students proposal to measure student progress to ‘professional’ jobs without benchmarking could deter universities from recruiting disadvantaged learners, sector warns January 18, 2021 John Morgan The English
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