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Academic Minute. (2021, Nov 17). A mentorship model for student career success. Inside Higher Education. Retrieved from https://www.insidehighered.com/quicktakes/2021/11/17/academic-minute-mentorship-model-student-career-success

 

Mineo, L. (2021, Nov 8). What’s the matter with kids today? The Harvard Gazette. Retrieved from https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2021/11/why-kids-are-delaying-adulthood/

 

Stauffer, R. (2021, Jun 12). The one-size-fits-all narrative of your 20s needs to change. The Atlantic. Retrieved from https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/06/your-20s-dont-have-to-be-the-best-time-of-your-life/619187/

 

Stauffer, R. (2021, May 31). How we can have better conversations about growing up. Medium. Retrieved from https://rainesford.medium.com/how-we-can-have-better-conversations-about-growing-up-4a89d0d6747b


Editor. (2021, May 14). Informing and uplifting. Useable Knowledge. Retrieved from https://www.gse.harvard.edu/news/21/05/informing-and-uplifting-dustin-liu-hep21


Editors. (2021, May 5). Introducing ‘The myth of coming of age.’ The Stanford Daily. Retrieved from https://www.stanforddaily.com/2021/05/05/letter-from-the-grind-editors-introducing-the-myth-of-coming-of-age/

 

Rhone, N. (2021, May 4). At what age do you really become an adult? The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Retrieved from https://www.ajc.com/life/opinion-at-what-age-do-you-really-become-an-adult/JBOXYB7XXZDQBPAVHBHCUKE6DQ/

 

Hill, N. E. & Redding, A. (2021, Apr 28). The real reason young adults seem slot to 'grow up': It's not a new developmental stage; it's the economy. The Atlantic. Retrieved from https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2021/04/real-reason-young-adults-seem-slow-grow/618733/

 

Sparks, S.D. (2021, Mar 30). Teens are driving COVID-19 surges. Can schools counteract that? Education Week. Retrieved from https://www.edweek.org/leadership/teens-are-driving-covid-19-surges-can-schools-counteract-that/2021/03

 

Anderson, J. (2021, Mar 24). Transitioning to adulthood. Harvard EdCast. Retrieved from https://www.gse.harvard.edu/news/21/03/harvard-edcast-transitioning-adulthood

 

Stauffer, R. (2021, Mar 5). “Young activist” label can be a burden for youth organizers. Teen Vogue. Retrieved from https://www.teenvogue.com/story/young-activists-pressure-youth-label

 

McCoy, B. (2021, Winter). Why students cheat (It’s not them--it’s us): To tackle student cheating, we need to rethink assignments and classroom culture. Liberal Education, 107(1). Retrieved from https://www.aacu.org/liberaleducation/2021/winter/mccoy

 

Editor. (2020, May 26). Supporting students - Equitably. Usable Knowledge. Retrieved from

https://www.gse.harvard.edu/news/20/05/supporting-students-equitably-kristen-robinson-hep20

 

Brown, D. (2019, Aug 16). Students are still using tech to cheat on exams, but things are getting more advanced. USA Today. Retrieved from https://www.usatoday.com/story/ tech/2019/08/16/how-teachers-preventing-high-tech-cheating-classroom/2017389001/

 

Redding, A. (Mar 22, 2019). How to pick a reputable college counselor [Op-Ed]. The Detroit Free PressRetrieved from https://www.freep.com/story/opinion/2019/03/22/picking-a-college-counselor/3237560002/

Cowan, J. (Mar 22, 2019). The West Hollywood school where proctors are suspected of giving test answers. The New York TimesRetrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/22/us/west-hollywood-school-admissions-scandal.html

Goldstein, D. & Healey, J. (Mar 19, 2019). Inside the shadowy, totally legal world of high-priced college consultants. The Philadelphia TribuneRetrieved from https://www.phillytrib.com/news/business/inside-the-shadowy-totally-legal-world-of-high-priced-college/article_c3a03a98-3342-57bc-bc2a-d2107aea42e4.html

Yinmeng, L. (Mar 18, 2019). College scam: Top schools not always best. China DailyRetrieved from http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/201903/18/WS5c8fb3baa3106c65c34ef441.html

Healey, J. & Goldstein, D. (Mar 16, 2019). A look inside the totally legal, multibillion-dollar industry of college consultants. The Seattle Times. Retrieved from https://www.seattletimes.com/business/a-look-inside-the-totally-legal-multibillion-dollar-industry-of-college-consultants/

Shapiro, E. & Goldstein, D. (Mar 14, 2019). Is the college cheating scandal the ‘final straw’ for standardized tests? The New York TimesRetrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/14/us/sat-act-cheating-college-admissions.html

Healey, J. & Goldstein, D. (Mar 13, 2019). Inside the pricey, totally legal world of college consultants. The New York Times.Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/13/us/admissions-cheating-scandal-consultants.html

Walker, T. (Sep 15, 2017). Technology makes it easier, but what do we really know about why students cheat. National Education Association Today. Retrieved from http://neatoday.org/2017/09/15/why-students-cheat/

Goldman, Z. (Jul 19, 2016). Why do students cheat? Talking to young people about cheating — and how to prevent it — shows the powerful role of student voice. Usable KnowledgeRetrieved from http://www.gse.harvard.edu/uk/blog/youth-perspective

Marshall, K. (Jan 13, 2016). Ethical – and Unethical – Collaboration in Secondary Classrooms. The International EducatorRetrieved from https://www.tieonline.com/article/1759/ethical-and-unethical-collaboration-in-secondary-classrooms

Walsh, B. (Mar 7, 2016). Ethical collaboration: Teaching students to work together honestly — and to build a culture that stops cheating before it starts. Usable KnowledgeRetrieved from https://www.gse.harvard.edu/news/uk/16/03/ethical-collaboration

Lugo, M. (Apr 2, 2013). Honor code 2013 includes guest speakers. The Collegian. Retrieved from http://www.thecollegianur.com/article/2013/04/honor-week-2013-incorporates-guest-speakers

Sklarow, M. (Oct 2010). New Harvard study examines independent consulting. Insights MagazineRetrieved from https://www.iecaonline.com/PDF/Insights_Insights-Oct10.pdf