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Experts: K-12 Population Shift Toward Students of Color Will Shed Light on Resource Inequalities

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.

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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Progress toward integrating America’s schools since the landmark Brown v. Topeka Board of Education decision 60 years ago is being chipped away, and it’s no longer just a Black-and-White issue.

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