Europe’s highest court ends an agreement that allows data to flow freely between the EU and the US. Both sides must now find ways to build trust into data collection and lower fears of a loss of privacy.
A new project shows professors can design ways to assess the success of colleges in teaching ‘critical thinking skills.’ Yet early results show students need colleges to better produce that important ‘learning outcome.’
Education isn't, as Socrates said, about filling vessels. It is about kindling a flame. The best school principals know that.
The US-China summit last week produced an agreement on tackling commercial cyberespionage. The pact will only succeed if Chinese leaders now understand their people are quite capable of generating creative ideas, more so than stealing from others.
Letters to the editor for the Sept. 28, 2015 weekly magazine.
A round-up of global commentary for the Sept. 28, 2015 weekly magazine.