School of Education in the Media

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Five things students can do about racism
Science News for Students, December 6, 2016
Alex Pieterse, associate professor and director of doctoral training, Counseling Psychology

Study: Chinese teachers, parents take dim view of cell phones in schools
Glens Falls Post-Star, December 6, 2016
Zheng Yan, associate professor, Educational Psychology and Methodology

Study shows type, context of student faculty interactions play role in perceptions of campus diversity
Public, December 5, 2016
Teniell Trolian, assistant professor, Educational Policy and Leadership

Mobile phones in schools - educational tool or distraction?
Phys.org, December 1, 2016

Zheng Yan, associate professor, Educational Psychology and Methodology

The liberal arts have a big role to play in our post-truth world
The National, November 22, 2016
Jason Lane, associate professor and chair, Educational Policy and Leadership

Fryktar Trump vil skremme vekk internasjonale studentar
Universitetsavisa, November 15, 2016
Jason Lane, associate professor and chair, Educational Policy and Leadership

U.S. fears decline in international students after Trump election
Times Higher Education, November 14, 2016
Jason Lane, associate professor and chair, Educational Policy and Leadership

Enrollment from abroad sets record at U.S. Colleges
The Wall Street Journal, November 14, 2016
Jason Lane, associate professor and chair, Educational Policy and Leadership

International students in U.S. colleges and universities top 1 million
Time, November 14, 2016
Jason Lane, associate professor and chair, Educational Policy and Leadership

China overtakes UAE as top host of branch campuses
University World News, November 10, 2016
Jason Lane, associate professor and chair, Educational Policy and Leadership

New international tax reporting may snag big U.S. nonprofits
Bloomberg BNA, November 7, 2016
Jason Lane, associate professor and chair, Educational Policy and Leadership

CHEA Workshop: More transparency needed in accreditation process
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, July 25, 2016
Susan Phillips, professor, Counseling Psychology, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Students face hard choices now that for-profit colleges may lose an accreditor
Bankrate, July 6, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Bid to buy for-profit college by former Obama insiders raises questions
POLITICO, June 29, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

'Roots' sparks conversation about racism's toll on black psyche
The Washington Informer, June 15, 2016
Alex Pieterse, associate professor, Educational and Counseling Psychology

The truth about for-profit colleges and Trump University
The Conversation, June 15, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

What it means to burn down a black church
Christianity Today, June 2016
Alex Pieterse, associate professor, Educational and Counseling Psychology

Survey identifies 'final straw' stressors that may be associated with teen suicide
Health Medicine Network, June 2016
David N. Miller, associate professor, Educational and Counseling Psychology

Yidan Prize Forecast, Education to 2030
The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2016
Aaron Benavot, professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

How the 'School for Gods' seduced America
The Daily Beast, May 25, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Jailing Princola: A hopeless ending for a mentally ill teenager
Indy Star, May 22, 2016
David N. Miller, associate professor, Educational and Counseling Psychology

Many Iraq, Afghanistan vets reporting chronic illness symptoms
Psych Central, May 17, 2016
Lisa McAndrew, assistant professor, Educational and Counseling Psychology

Study: Symptoms of 'chronic multisymptom illness' may be common in Iraq, Afghanistan vets
MedicalXpress, May 13, 2016

Lisa McAndrew, assistant professor, Educational and Counseling Psychology

The rise of liberal arts in Hong Kong
The Atlantic, March 20, 2016

Ben Wildavsky, policy professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Class apart
The Economist, March 19, 2016
Daniel C. Levy, distinguished professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Can the University of Phoenix rise from the ashes?
Money, March 4, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Democrats Loretta Sanchez, Kamala Harris diverge on for-profit colleges
The Sacramento Bee, February 19, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Phoenix owner seeks fresh start
Inside Higher Ed, February 9, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

University of Phoenix parent Apollo Education to be taken private

The Wall Street Journal, February 8, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Apollo sale may be a sign of industry transformation
POLITICO Pro, February 8, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

In new sorting of colleges, Dartmouth falls out of an exclusive group
The Washington Post, February 4, 2016
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Local approach benefits education (commentary)
Times Union, January 12, 2016
Kristen Wilcox, assistant professor, Educational Theory and Practice and Janet Angelis, NY Kids