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Professor to Use Grant to Bring Computer Science to Elementary Schools

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

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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Seeking to address a gap in knowledge about Hispanic-serving colleges nationwide, a leading research group on Tuesday launched a virtual data center to provide key information about these institutions as well as promising practices in serving Latino students.

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The funding is designed to help community colleges and other institutions provide better job training.

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