African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely to say the local K-12 education are adequately preparing their children for college than are Whites and Asian Americans, a new national survey shows.
A $13.6 million request to state lawmakers and the governor would provide immediate cash flow to enable the school to pay its outstanding bills and continue to deliver essential services.
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The former interim band director who was denied promotion and tenure at Alabama A&M University has no factual grounds for a gender bias allegation but still can pursue a retaliation claim based on his EEOC charge.
A group of law students at Washington and Lee University is demanding the school banish the Confederate flag from its Lexington campus and repudiate one of its namesakes, Gen. Robert E. Lee.
9 Pennsylvania Colleges Target of Gender Complaint
Three HBCU Presidents Announce Retirements Hispanic-Serving Institutions Continue Growth With More Poised to Join Ranks Korean Julia Sun-Joo Lee Brings New Face to Black Literature Study: American Indians Highly Motivated for College, Yet Lacking Preparation Wendy Walters Ascends the NCAA Career Ladder Welcome Aboard! Christie Hails N.J. Version of Dream Act as Equalizer Felicia McInnis Nave Defies Boundaries for Women in STEM
For several years now, Diverse: Issues In Higher Education has produced the Top 100 Degree Producers rankings of the institutions that confer the most degrees to minority students. Click the link above to discover the institutions that confer the most degrees to students of color. Ranked institutions are searchable by institution name, state, discipline or race/ethnicity of graduates.
Diverse: Issues In Higher Education sponsors the Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar Awards to honor undergraduate students who have excelled in the classroom as well as on the athletic field.
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cover040914In this special issue, Diverse names four outstanding scholar-athletes of color, this year’s Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award winners. Diverse also profiles past honorees who have gone on to success in the military, the field of nuclear energy and business and entertainment.