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Foreign Students and the U.S. Higher Education Admissions Market

How do American colleges and universities compete for growing foreign student markets as a way to infuse talent, diversity and often cash to meet the colleges’ strategic goals and add revenue to their bottom lines?

Over the past six years, I have been honored to peek into the souls and lives of undocumented youth through my research.

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Unprecedented shifts in migration patterns are causing demographic changes around the world.

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HBCUs Must Be Up for the Challenge

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Increasing retention and graduation rates for Black males will require an ambitious effort from both stakeholders and policy makers.

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Learning From Minority-Serving Institutions

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The success of all students needs to be anchored in a shared understanding among all stakeholders that it is long past time to abandon the “one-size-fits-all” view of students.

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I don’t think it’s intellectually honest to discuss how elite education reproduces more elite without considering how race, societal values or the study of primarily White canons help to reproduce this status quo.

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Will I always be seen as a person of color before I am seen as a human being?

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Affirmative Action Revisited

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Many African-Americans of my generation were the beneficiaries of race-conscious decisions, and our numbers, unarguably, contributed to the emergence of a Black professional class in the succeeding decades.

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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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Higher education’s notion of diversity is often very broad or even diluted to include a multitude of differences but often ignore race and ethnicity.

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