Hunger, homelessness, and inconsistent living situations are growing problems for students in higher education institutions — from the two year public college to the four year private university.
Teachers College Press is happy to share that the National Association for College Admission Counseling online book club will feature Karen Gross’ Breakaway Learners in December. In anticipation of the event, we’re sharing the introduction to Karen Gross’ monumental book.
For this year’s University Press Week, we’re looking at academic freedoms and censorship in higher education. In the North, there was a emphasis on anti communist sentiment and its effect on Northern schools during the 1930’s and 1950’s. To the white South, integrationists and communists represented a threat to white nationalism, and was a main focus to boards and trustees.