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AACTE: New Federal Regulations Could Set Back Teacher Prep

WASHINGTON ― Although the Obama administration says its newly-proposed teacher preparation regulations are meant to spur “continuous improvement,” the leader of the association that represents college-based teacher preparation programs says the proposed rules could have the opposite effect.

As the nation is digesting a Missouri grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for shooting to death an unarmed Black teen, Michael Brown, many took to the streets and to social media to express their dismay at the decision.

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Despite a public apology and a pledge to be more sensitive, Jennings was unable to hold onto his presidency in the wake of his comments on sexual assault.

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Many African-Americans claim some Native ancestry, often based on family oral history passed through the generations but frequently undocumented.

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Leaders from Excelencia in Education, Congress and others focused Thursday on the crucial role that Hispanic and Latinos will play in shaping the nations’ future.

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Airing tonight, the documentary represents one of the most comprehensive portrayals of the nation’s higher education enterprise and its collective student body ― and the economic issues that both face in their symbiotic relationship.

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Young Americans between 16- and 19-years-old value higher education and characterize themselves as highly entrepreneurial and self-directed, a new national survey has found.

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For-Profit Colleges Under Fire

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Several schools are being criticized by the government and veterans for offering dubious degrees for exorbitant prices.

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Hailed as one of the nation’s most successful initiatives in helping recent minority Ph.D.s gain tenure-track teaching jobs, The Carolina Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

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When it comes to making higher education more affordable, the question of whether to go to school online or to a traditional campus won’t be an either-or proposition.

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