Reece Johnson is the editorial director for news and data. He writes about the future of work and higher education, student political activism, and expanding educational opportunities. Reece holds a master's degree from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Washington. His work has been cited by The New York Times, The New Yorker, Forbes, MSNBC, CNBC, Bloomberg, and Brookings.
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Only 1 in 4 Students Support Legislative Efforts to Limit DEI on College Campuses
In a new BestColleges survey, most students believe critical discussions about race, gender, and sexuality should be incorporated into some of their coursework.
TikTok Ban Would Anger Most College Students: 6 Key Survey Findings
Students also report that the app helps them find their community, and 1 in 4 college TikTokers use the app more than Google.
Half of College Students Say Using AI on Schoolwork Is Cheating or Plagiarism
In a new BestColleges survey, half of college students (51%) agree that using AI tools like ChatGPT on schoolwork constitutes cheating or plagiarism. About 1 in 5 use them anyway.
The Best AI Detection Tools to Catch Cheating and Plagiarism
These AI detection tools can help teachers and professors catch students using artificial intelligence, such as ChatGPT, to complete their homework assignments.