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State Lottery Funds May Not Help Those Who Need it Most

When it comes to using state lottery funds to finance scholarships for college, the idea that gambling proceeds are helping the poor pay for their education makes the state-sanctioned games of chance more acceptable than they might otherwise be.

While technology firms have blamed an insufficient talent pipeline for low Black and Latino employee numbers, educators say Silicon Valley companies have cast too narrow a net for potential hires.

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Group Asks Temple to Change Ethics Policies

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Professors question the academic integrity of research done by Temple University.

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Diverse Conversations: Staying for the Long Haul

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James Mergiotti has been in a leadership role at Peirce College for more than 16 years and is currently the president of one of the oldest colleges in America.

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The American Council of Trustees and Alumni has found that few high-schools require certain core classes as part of their college-ready curriculum.

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For the past few years, Kimberly Reyes has been spending a lot of time thinking about disparity, access and equity issues at American colleges and universities.

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Breakdown of State Lottery Funds Examined

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A closer look at whether or not state lottery funds benefits the students who need it the most.

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Diverse Conversations: Staying for the Long Haul

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James Mergiotti has been in a leadership role at Peirce College for more than 16 years and is currently the president of one of the oldest colleges in America.

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The research could offer hope to those who worry that the expansion of health coverage under the Affordable Care Act will not ease emergency room crowding as President Obama and others have predicted.

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One recent survey found that more than two-thirds of college students did not have a schedule that would enable them to graduate on time even if they never switched majors, failed a course or took an unnecessary course.

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