Home » Posts tagged with » Advanced Placement

Study: Minority-Serving Schools Serve Students of Color as Well as Predominantly White Institutions

A new study challenges the notion that Black and Latino students are less likely to earn a college degree if they attend minority-serving institutions, such as a historically Black college.

Grambling Reshuffles From Within

Comments Off

Grambling State University is looking to hire from within for positions that became vacant after Cynthia Warrick took over as president July 1.

Continue reading …

The other day, 18-year-old Michael Phelps dispelled any notion that he would never set foot on a Penn State campus as a student.

Continue reading …

Gov. Bill Haslam on Wednesday urged students to take advantage of his program to cover a full ride at two-year colleges for any high school graduate.

Continue reading …

In Case You Missed It…

Comments Off

Report: Mixed Picture for Young Immigrant Deportation Relief Program  Going Forward, New Federal Loan Guidelines for College Seen as Helpful Teach for America’s Diversity Milestone Key Step Toward Reshaping Public Education  Federal Government Awarding $28.4M to Provide AP Exams for Underprivileged

Continue reading …

Only 3 out of 10 African-American students with high potential for success in AP science course work take an AP science course.

Continue reading …

The medical school professors no longer want Kadiatou Fanta in the classroom. Her boyfriend has broken up with her. Each day the 26-year-old eats alone and sleeps alone. Even her own family members are afraid to touch her months after she survived Ebola.

Continue reading …

A confidential University of Kansas survey shows that one in 10 students say they have been victims of sexual harassment, including sexual assault, but many never report it.

Continue reading …

Bad Behavior on Social Media Can Cost Recruits

Comments Off

At St. Paul’s Episcopal School in Mobile, Alabama, the high school that produced Crimson Tide quarterbacks AJ McCarron and Jake Coker, there’s a new preseason ritual for football players: the social media talk.

Continue reading …

The University of Colorado is moving to fire a tenured philosophy professor who launched his own investigation into an alleged sexual assault involving two graduate students.

Continue reading …
Page 1 of 44123Next ›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.