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Dr. Matthew Lynch
Dr. Lynch is a department chair and an associate professor of education at Langston University. He has focused his career on researching topics related to educational policy, school leadership and education reform, particularly in the urban learning environment.

Diversity in College Faculty Just as Important as Student Body

In order for colleges and universities to truly prepare students for the real world, these places of higher learning need to cultivate diverse populations.

Historically Black colleges and universities, or HBCUs, have provided a top-notch education for African-Americans since pre-Civil War days.

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Each year online learning initiatives become less of a fringe movement and more of an incorporated, and accepted, form of education.

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Each year online learning initiatives becomes less of a fringe movement and more of an incorporated, and accepted, form of education. More than 6.7 million people took at least one online class in the fall of 2011 and 32 percent of college students now take at least one online course during their matriculation. It is […]

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College football is arguably the most popular sport at the nation’s colleges and universities.

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College attendance has become less of a privilege and more of a necessity in the contemporary workforce.

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The face of higher education is rapidly evolving as more middle- to low-class young people find ways to obtain a college degree or technical training.

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In her rousing speech at the Democratic National Convention, First Lady Michelle Obama explained the reasons that the American people should re-elect her husband to office.

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