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Study: Minority-Serving Schools Serve Students of Color as Well as Predominantly White Institutions

A new study challenges the notion that Black and Latino students are less likely to earn a college degree if they attend minority-serving institutions, such as a historically Black college.

The population shift is bringing forth challenges, such as higher poverty rates among students and the need for more English-language instruction for children of immigrant families.

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To keep up with demand for STEM jobs, administrators, faculty and staff created the STEM Council to coordinate STEM efforts across the two-year college’s three campuses.

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Exchange students from the communist island nation are slowly trickling in to U.S. universities.

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For nearly three decades, the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) has been the go-to place to help rejuvenate those in the academy.

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The respected voice on community college issues delivers a keynote address at the NISOD Conference.

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Assistant secretary of education, College Board president among those weighing in on diversity in STEM.

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President Barack Obama’s new higher education exchange initiative aims to have 100,000 students from each country participate.

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Cornell Brooks does not come to the job with national name recognition, which experts say is critical to helping push the organization forward.

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As the sixtieth anniversary of the Brown v. Board court decision is celebrated, scholars say segregation and racially-biased treatment of children of color in K-12 schools still persists.

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