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Congress, Save Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Congress, Save Public Service Loan Forgiveness

by Paola Esmieu | May 24, 2017 Many services are facing deep cuts and/or being defunded altogether in the proposed education b Read more
Inbound Recruitment Creates More Inclusive Workplaces

Inbound Recruitment Creates More Inclusive Workplaces

by Chris Motley | May 23, 2017
Universities have something all companies want: future employees. Students are essentially the [...] Read more
Post-Brown Diversity has to Mean More Than Numbers

Post-Brown Diversity has to Mean More Than Numbers

by Earl Lewis | May 16, 2017
Brown v. Board of Education was as much a stepping stone to building a diverse democracy as it [...] Read more
NAFEO Pushed for White House Initiative Move

NAFEO Pushed for White House Initiative Move

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | May 14, 2017
Lezli Baskerville said NAFEO had recommended that the initiative be placed in The White House, [...] Read more
The African-American College Experience and Student Loan Debt

The African-American College Experience and Student Loan Debt

by Dr. Diana Y. Minor | May 12, 2017
The cost of college has spiraled beyond the reach of many families and is leaving millions of s [...] Read more
Saban’s Contract Extension Raises Player Compensation Questions

Saban’s Contract Extension Raises Player Compensation Questions

by Marcus Bright | May 7, 2017
The news that University of Alabama football coach will now be paid about $11.125M a year rekin [...] Read more
The Black Male Blueprint of Educational Advancement

The Black Male Blueprint of Educational Advancement

by Ron Clark Jr. and LaMarcus J. Hall | May 4, 2017
The key to reaching Black males lies in the willingness of parents, teachers, counselors, admin [...] Read more
The Importance of Early, Consistent Exposure to STEM Fields

The Importance of Early, Consistent Exposure to STEM Fields

by Marcus Bright | May 3, 2017
An increased level of early exposure will help to make the requisite math courses needed for ma [...] Read more
Trump’s Blueprint for Failing Our Nation’s Students

Trump’s Blueprint for Failing Our Nation’s Students

by William Casey Boland and Marybeth Gasman | April 30, 2017
Trump proposes a 13 percent decline in funding to the U.S. Department of Education, with higher [...] Read more
Return of the Teach-In: Lessons Learned from Opening up Communication

Return of the Teach-In: Lessons Learned from Opening up Communication

by Dottie Morris and Celia Rabinowitz | April 24, 2017
At Keene State College, as well around the country, there was a sense that people on all sides [...] Read more
HBCUs and the Nation’s Higher Ed Goals

HBCUs and the Nation’s Higher Ed Goals

by Alvin Thornton | April 19, 2017
HBCUs have played an indispensable role in the general development of our nation and the Black [...] Read more
Marching for Science? Bring a Mirror

Marching for Science? Bring a Mirror

by Eric Anthony Grollman | April 17, 2017
I implore you to take a hard look at the politics within your supposedly apolitical, objective [...] Read more
Integrating STEMployable Skills at HBCUs

Integrating STEMployable Skills at HBCUs

by Lawrence O. Flowers | April 13, 2017
STEM career development training must not merely consist of disparate actions on HBCU campuses, [...] Read more
Lessons for Administrators from the NBA’s MVP Race

Lessons for Administrators from the NBA’s MVP Race

by Marcus Bright | April 10, 2017
This year’s race for the Most Valuable Player award of the National Basketball Association co [...] Read more
A Critical View of College Admissions

A Critical View of College Admissions

by Karen Gross | April 9, 2017
The entire admissions processes (barely changed over the decades apart from the introduction of [...] Read more
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