Home » Posts tagged with » Advanced Placement

1 Victim of Florida State University Shooting Paralyzed

In the frantic moments at the Florida State University campus library last week, bullets struck 21-year-old student Farhan “Ronny” Ahmed three times, including a shot that severely damaged his spine and left him paralyzed from the waist down, his sister said Monday.

The University of Virginia on Saturday suspended activities at all campus fraternal organizations amid an investigation into a published report in which a student described being sexually assaulted by seven men at a fraternity in 2012.

Continue reading …

A Florida State University alumnus and attorney shot three people at the school’s library early Thursday before being killed by police, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press.

Continue reading …

Diane Ravitch said that while she opposes the standards, there’s no harm in getting public input about them as long as what teachers say is taken seriously.

Continue reading …

“Easy A’s and What’s Behind Them” is the latest in a series of NCTQ reports that takes teacher prep programs to task for how well they produce teachers who are ready to put their skills to use on the first day of school instead of relying on trial and error.

Continue reading …

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. ― The University of Alabama at Birmingham and Alabama State University have been given a federal grant to research and reduce disparities in cancer rates.

Continue reading …

Sex-Assault Program Expands to High Schools

Comments Off

CONCORD, N.H. ― The University of New Hampshire is expanding its nationally recognized sexual violence prevention program to a younger audience: high school students in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Continue reading …

A tuition increase that only University of Nebraska-Lincoln business and engineering students pay hasn’t swayed them from choosing those majors.

Continue reading …

A Tulane University institute that studies changes in public education in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina announced the resignation of its executive director Monday, weeks after retracting a study on the city’s public high schools.

Continue reading …

A study of sub-baccalaureate programs in Washington state found that short-term certificates, which can be earned in less than a year, for the most part showed only small economic returns.

Continue reading …
Page 1 of 48123Next ›Last »


Close
JOIN THE CONVERSATION!
Join the conversation with our 30,000 social media participants by following us on Twitter @DiverseIssues and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DiverseJobs as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.