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Will Higher Ed Be the Way Out for Bill Cosby?

How long can Cosby tread in the muck?

You think the attractive woman at the party who has been chatting you up all night is ready to take things to the next level. She seems to be throwing all the right signals.

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In an age where the news coming out of the world is more than often depressing ― and it seems particularly true for historically Black colleges and universities ― there are occasional glimmers of sunshine on the horizon.

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Myanmar Students Vow to Protest Education Law

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Students in Myanmar have threatened to protest nationwide if the government does not amend an education law that prohibits them from engaging in political activities and curbs academic freedom.

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International Education Week kicked off with the announcement of the preliminary Open Doors data for 2013-14.

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With an NSF grant of nearly $200,000, which the college received in the fall of 2012, A-B Tech Community College was able to bring up the number of women in targeted STEM programs from 39 to 75, nearly doubling their numbers.

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How polling methods leave out people of color.

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Instead of asking deficit-oriented questions, we should change our mindset and ask new questions to uncover how HBCUs are supporting students despite the challenges they encounter.

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Experts say it is the time for a new conversation focused exclusively on some of the challenges that beset urban education, not just in the United States but across the globe.

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In the wake of the sweeping GOP take-over of Congress last week, Dr. Pedro Noguera says he believes that efforts to improve urban education in the United States and other parts of the world will likely be stalled.

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