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Oakwood University Professor Creates First HBCU-Developed MOOC

Colleagues hope Dr. Keith Augustus Burton’s creation will put HBCUs square in the mix of the growing educational trend.

One out of every two Black college graduates since the year 2000 has graduated from college with more than $25,000 in undergraduate student loan debt.

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With a decision on its accreditation just three months away, the Wilberforce University board of trustees has again narrowed its field of candidates to three.

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Despite grasping for a place at the table when it comes to American education, HBCUs are still an important component of U.S. college education.

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A roller-coaster couple of weeks during which a quarter of it students were released for non-payment of accounts resulted in most returning and possibly fiscal stability.

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The conclusion is that HBCUs and other minority serving institutions with large numbers of underrepresented, first-generation, and/or low-income students will likely be disadvantaged.

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HBCU students need a tactical “education abroad” approach, one that synthesizes global literacy, academic achievement and career development.

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Dr. Norman C. Francis, the nation’s longest serving university president, announced today that he plans to retire next year as president of Xavier University in New Orleans, nearly 47 years after he first assumed the post.

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The report outlines a series of state and federal policy recommendations aimed at improving the educational outcomes for boys and young men of color.

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In a University of Chicago report, researchers find that tensions between African-American youth and law enforcement are a national problem and have been around for years.

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