Posts tagged: Early Childhood - Diverse
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U. of Michigan Program for At-risk Youth Headed for Chicago

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 10, 2016 A University of Michigan-based program designed to prevent substance abuse, violence and early Read more

Keeping the Faith for African-American Males

by | January 6, 2016
Well, 2016 is officially here and, as Black people, we must stop this violence upon ourselves. [...] Read more

Welcome Aboard

| October 25, 2015
Andres Fuentes has joined Diverse as Director of Advertising. Fluent in Spanish and English, he [...] Read more

Researchers at Brown Awarded $4.7M for Mindfulness Study

by Associated Press | September 20, 2015
Researchers at Brown University have been awarded a $4.7 million grant to study whether mindful [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| August 21, 2015
Report: Bachelor’s Degrees Don’t Protect Black, Hispanic Wealth By Julian Bond’s Example, [...] Read more

Setting the Curve

| August 12, 2015
Becker College's academic, enrollment, fiscal metrics all show marked improvement under leaders [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| July 31, 2015
Black Students Lagging in College Readiness Despite Taking Prep Courses Charleston Tragedy Insp [...] Read more

Former Spanish Teacher in Leading Role in the FBI

by Tom Hays, Associated Press | July 28, 2015
As a schoolteacher in the late 1980s, Diego Rodriguez applied to join the FBI, but when it call [...] Read more

Professor: Student Debt Threatening American Dream

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 22, 2015
William Elliott said stakeholders must ask whether students who go to college and get debt can [...] Read more

Georgia University Using Grant to Support Migrant Education

by Associated Press | July 16, 2015
DAHLONEGA, Ga. ― The University of North Georgia is planning to use millions of dollars in gr [...] Read more

Study: Parents’ Education Key Factor in Student Achievement

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | June 25, 2015
When it comes to meeting “college readiness benchmarks” on the ACT, first-generation colle [...] Read more

Killings in Charleston Put Race Relations in U.S. to Test

by | June 22, 2015
Racial tension in this country became the focal point of discussion last week with the killing [...] Read more

Oregon Debates Free Community College Plan

by Catherine Morris | June 16, 2015
In just the last year or so, Tennessee adopted a plan for free community colleges, as did Chica [...] Read more

Rich vs. Poor: The Growing “Class” Gap in Higher Education

by Brian C. Mitchell | June 10, 2015
Two thoughtful yet troubling articles, published within a week of each other, startled higher e [...] Read more

University of North Carolina Panel Recommends Closing 3 Centers

by Associated Press | February 18, 2015
A panel at the University of North Carolina panel is recommending the elimination of three univ [...] Read more
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