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Experts Divided Over Impact of Absent Father-themed College Admission Essays

When high school students from low-income households craft their college admission essays, chances are good that many of them will focus on or at least mention the absence of their fathers.

One higher education leader said a “glaring omission” from the framework was any mention of race and ethnicity.

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Enrolling Americans with student loan debt in an automatic Income-Based Repayment system and automating their repayments through employer payroll withholding has potential, a new policy paper contends.

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The City College of San Francisco prepares students for biological science and tech careers.

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A recent study shows that low-income students who participate in college access programs are slightly more or nearly as likely as their higher-income peers to start and finish college.

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U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan was among the sea of protestors who marched on Saturday to protest the recent deaths of several unarmed Black men killed at the hands of White police officers.

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From issues such as student-athletes unionizing to maximizing the student part of student-athlete, three current student-athletes and a panel of former student-athletes shared their experiences and observations.

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Report: Campus-Based Child Care on Decline

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Despite the growing number of college students with children, campus-based child care has been on the decline in recent years, according to a new report from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research.

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Expert says higher education leaders should look for ways to help young people in juvenile jails start to work on their college education now that the Obama administration has clarified that the longstanding ban on Pell Grants to prisoners does not apply to them.

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In the 75 years since the history department came into existence at NCCU, the faculty have graduated more than 80 alumni who have gone on to earn Ph.D.s in history at other universities and have carved out careers as engaged researchers, university professors and museum curators.

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