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Expert: Dearth of Black Teachers not ‘Supply’ Issue

Expert: Dearth of Black Teachers not ‘Supply’ Issue

by Catherine Morris | April 27, 2017 A new report shows that hiring practices at the district level may in fact be playing a role in Read more
Black Intellectuals Challenged to Do Work Useful to Activism

Black Intellectuals Challenged to Do Work Useful to Activism

by Lois Elfman |
“The Future of Black Intellectuals” panel at the National Action Network Convention address [...] Read more
Oregon Lawmakers Push Colleges to Respect Diverse Community

Oregon Lawmakers Push Colleges to Respect Diverse Community

by Andrew Selsky, Associated Press |
SALEM, Ore. — Members of the Oregon House of Representatives on Wednesday discussed the state [...] Read more
Cynthia Warrick Becomes Permanent Stillman College President

Cynthia Warrick Becomes Permanent Stillman College President

by Associated Press | April 25, 2017
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The Stillman College board of trustees has selected interim president Cynt [...] Read more
Education Advocates Uneasily Awaiting Trump Budget

Education Advocates Uneasily Awaiting Trump Budget

by Catherine Morris | April 24, 2017
“I’ve been in higher education for a long time, but I’ve not seen this level of uncertain [...] Read more
FAMU’s Potential Freshman Class Up by a Third

FAMU’s Potential Freshman Class Up by a Third

by Associated Press |
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Officials at Florida A&M University credit an intensive recruitment d [...] Read more
North Carolina Civil Rights Center Faces Conservative Ire

North Carolina Civil Rights Center Faces Conservative Ire

by Martha Waggoner, Associated Press | April 23, 2017
RALEIGH, N.C. — A center founded at the University of North Carolina by a civil rights attorn [...] Read more
Princeton Renaming Building in Honor of Toni Morrison

Princeton Renaming Building in Honor of Toni Morrison

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 19, 2017
West College — a central building on the campus of Princeton University — will be renamed i [...] Read more
For USF Professor, Diversity Key for Best Public Policy

For USF Professor, Diversity Key for Best Public Policy

by Christina Sturdivant | April 18, 2017
Dr. Richard Greggory Johnson III brings to the classroom an exemplary academic, professional an [...] Read more
Appeals Court Won’t Revive Lawsuit Over UNC Sham Classes

Appeals Court Won’t Revive Lawsuit Over UNC Sham Classes

by Associated Press |
RALEIGH, N.C. — A state appeals court won’t revive a lawsuit by two former athletes who say [...] Read more
Georgia Tech GRIOT Leadership Series Highlights Black Male Achievement

Georgia Tech GRIOT Leadership Series Highlights Black Male Achievement

by Marcus Bright | April 17, 2017
The GRIOT Series highlights the achievements and success of African-American males in various l [...] Read more
Clerical Oversight Shuts Down Michigan State Upward Bound Program

Clerical Oversight Shuts Down Michigan State Upward Bound Program

by Diverse Staff | April 13, 2017
A technical error will cost Michigan State University about $480,000 in federal funding but it [...] Read more
Auburn University Disavows ‘White Student Union’

Auburn University Disavows ‘White Student Union’

by Associated Press | April 12, 2017
AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn University officials are disavowing hate fliers found around campus and [...] Read more
Ex-public Schools Chief, Dean Picked for Chicago State Posts

Ex-public Schools Chief, Dean Picked for Chicago State Posts

by Associated Press | April 9, 2017
CHICAGO — Board members tapped former Chicago Public Schools chief Paul Vallas Friday for an [...] Read more
Utah University Launches Program for Black Doctoral Students

Utah University Launches Program for Black Doctoral Students

by Associated Press |
SALT LAKE CITY — The University of Utah is launching a support network and stipend program fo [...] Read more
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