LaMont Jones - Higher Education
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LaMont Jones
LaMont Jones, Jr. is a senior editor at Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. He is an award-winning veteran journalist across multiple genres and has reported on African-diaspora issues from Cuba and France. He has a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Government from Western Kentucky University, a master's in Theology from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and a doctor of education in Pastoral Community Counseling from Argosy University. He is an independent book publisher and has authored two books. You can follow him on Twitter @DrLaMontJones.


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Gender Pay Gap Wide Among Graduates of Elite Schools

by | August 16, 2018 The gender wage gap is real – even when looking at pay differences between men and women who Read more

The Common Application Launches New Transfer App

by | August 15, 2018
A new app designed to aid the transition of transfer students will be used by more than 650 col [...] Read more

Survey: Virginia Tech Students More Satisfied Than Average

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A Gallup survey of Virginia Tech students suggests that they are more likely than the average A [...] Read more

Increasing Diversity on HBCU Campuses Often Leaves Blacks in Minority

by | August 14, 2018
In many cases, African-American students have ceased being a majority at HBCUs. At some, they a [...] Read more

Democrat Lawmakers Urge Compliance with California Student Loan Act

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U.S. Sen. Kamala D. Harris and U.S. Rep. Susan Davis were joined by five other California Democ [...] Read more

Skepticism in Higher Ed of Gainful Employment Rescission

by | August 13, 2018
Count Dr. Charlie Eaton among the skeptics. A sociologist who studies inequality, he recently p [...] Read more

Report Reveals Community College Transfer, Degree Trends

by | August 9, 2018
A new study sheds light on how effectively community colleges across the nation are equipping s [...] Read more

Report Details Wide Latino, White College-Attainment Gaps in Colorado

by | August 8, 2018
Colorado, the second most-educated state in the nation, has a college-attainment gap between Wh [...] Read more

Study: Student Loan Debt for Millennials Becoming More Manageable

by | August 7, 2018
While student loan debt is still a big challenge for millennials, there is evidence that it is [...] Read more

Angry Saudi Arabia Pulling 7,000 Students from Canada

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Saudi Arabia is ordering its 7,000 students in Canada to get out of the North American country [...] Read more

More Pizzagate Fallout: Purdue Takes Name Off Building, Offers to Return $8M Gift

by | August 6, 2018
The John H. Schnatter Center for Economic Research will soon revert to its old name as the Purd [...] Read more

History at Harvard: Four Black Women Head Colleges

by | August 3, 2018
When Harvard University students arrive for classes Aug. 15, they will return to history in the [...] Read more

Buckeyes Tap Acting Head Coach as Meyer Faces Probe

by | August 2, 2018
Ohio State University has appointed offensive coordinator Ryan Day to serve as acting coach dur [...] Read more

Standardized Tests Now Optional at Indiana School

by | July 30, 2018
Students who want to go to college but don’t perform well on standardized tests – or just h [...] Read more

Rutgers Chancellor Abruptly Steps Down, Interim Steps In

by | July 27, 2018
Telling sources that his vision didn’t fit with the way others see the role, Rutgers Universi [...] Read more
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