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NCAA Graduation Rates Improve, Critics Cry Foul

NCAA President Mark Emmert keeps touting the record-breaking graduation rates of Division I athletes. Critics keep balking at the interpretation of those numbers, citing recent academic scandals.

Murray State University in Kentucky is deferring applications from students in West African countries affected by Ebola until the fall of 2015.

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A Georgia State University professor will use a $1.2 million grant to develop curriculum to bring computer science to elementary schools.

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According to a new report the staff salaries at Virginia Tech, U.Va. and VMI exceed the average of similar schools nationwide.

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Tennessee Promise Program Has 35K Applications

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With the Nov. 1 deadline to apply approaching, the Tennessee Promise program could be on pace to perhaps double the state’s goal of applications.

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Community colleges are looking at addressing the achievement gaps of the men of color they enroll with broad, data-backed approaches to helping all students succeed and complete their academic programs.

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Top 100 Degree Producers Special Report

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Our annual Top 100 Degree Producers special report — the only national report on the ability of U.S. colleges and universities to award associate, bachelor’s, graduate and professional degrees to African-American, Hispanic, Asian American and American Indian students.

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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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A new study—titled “The Relationship Between Skin Tone and School Suspension for African Americans”—found that darker-skinned African-American students were more likely to be suspended than those with lighter skin tones.

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In spite of controversy, community colleges and businesses at a conference in New York say the answer is yes.

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