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Poll: Blacks, Hispanics Most Optimistic that K-12 Schools Prepare Youth for College

African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely to say the local K-12 education are adequately preparing their children for college than are Whites and Asian Americans, a new national survey shows.

Whenever I read the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, I am struck by the distance between the American creed and American reality, a distance widening wherever I look.

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While enrollment numbers for Latino students are relatively high, the degree attainment data in the report exposes a significant equity gap in college completion.

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At the 2014 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars Symposium and Awards Luncheon, student athletes received invaluable life lessons from panelists ranging from former athletes to entrepreneurs.

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Founded in 1903, North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) is one of the oldest two-year, comprehensive, residential colleges in the nation. NDSCS delivers learner-focused education through a unique and evolving collegiate experience. Using innovative delivery strategies, NDSCS anticipates and responds to statewide and regional needs by providing access to occupational/technical programs, transfer programs and […]

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Dr. Danette G. Howard moves on from the Maryland Higher Education Commission to the Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation, where she becomes vice-president for policy and mobilization.

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Maryland’s secretary of higher education is leaving her post to work for an education foundation.

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One of the significant problems facing college leaders and policy planners as they work to expand access for students is the range of higher education options open to Americans.

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A little more than half of the veterans who got college money under the GI Bill since 2009 eventually graduated, though many took longer to do it, a new study estimates.

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Nearly 100 HBCU stakeholders are meeting at a symposium this week seeking to leverage the intellectual capital and top-tier research activity at HBCUs into dollars needed to ensure institutional viability in the years to come.

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