The early September issue of the The New York Times Magazine is the education issue! If you browse through it, you'll find several articles on secondary education and university education.
A favorite of mine is titled "Teaching Working Students" and focuses how the policy structure of CUNY schools are not built to meet the needs of the students they are supposed to serve. The article also addresses some of the challenges that working students might face in the CUNY system.
What are your thoughts? How can a university do more to accommodate students who by necessity cannot be full time?
Check it out: http://nyti.ms/1MdFWEu