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Oakwood University Professor Creates First HBCU-Developed MOOC

Colleagues hope Dr. Keith Augustus Burton’s creation will put HBCUs square in the mix of the growing educational trend.

Colleges are said to be shifting financial aid from low-income students to high-income ones to bolster their prestige and raise them up the rankings.

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With a decision on its accreditation just three months away, the Wilberforce University board of trustees has again narrowed its field of candidates to three.

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Ex-Governors Urge Citizenship Test for Students

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Three former South Carolina governors are pushing for high school students to take the same test that immigrants must pass to become a U.S. citizen.

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From primary care visits to gynecological exams to acupuncture and even hairstyling, the center is a catchall space for about 400 women with physical disabilities in Manhattan.

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Corinthian College Sued for Predatory Lending

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Corinthian Colleges is being sued by the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for what it calls a “predatory lending scheme.”

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Despite grasping for a place at the table when it comes to American education, HBCUs are still an important component of U.S. college education.

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Obama Opens Campaign Against Campus Sexual Assault

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President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden plan to announce a campus sexual assault awareness campaign from the White House Friday.

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A community college in Chicago must go to trial in a religious discrimination suit by a Muslim former faculty member who was denied tenure and terminated.

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Oregon Ballot Measure Would Create College Aid Fund

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Students are facing a rising loan burden, and Oregon’s state treasurer wants the state to be able to take on debt of its own to help them out.

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