Posts tagged: LSAT - Diverse

Federal Government Awarding $28.4M to Provide AP Exams for Underprivileged

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 12, 2014
In an effort to boost college readiness and save money for students from families of lesser ec [...] Read more

Reflections on the Underemployment of College Graduates

by Jill Barshay, The Hechinger Report | August 6, 2014
Most people know that the job market is particularly tough right now for recent college grads. [...] Read more

Reflections on the Underemployment of College Graduates

by Jill Barshay, The Hechinger Report |
Most people know that the job market is particularly tough right now for recent college grads. [...] Read more

Ohio State University Stands By Firing; Band Director Wants Reversal

by Associated Press | August 5, 2014
Ohio State University officials on Tuesday stood by their firing of the marching band director, [...] Read more

Report: Millions with College Credit Identified as Potential Graduates

by Ronald Roach | July 30, 2014
An estimated 4 million Americans have completed at least two years of college and they represen [...] Read more

Saginaw Valley State Gives Police Data on City’s Crime Trends

by Associated Press | July 2, 2014
Saginaw Valley State University professors and students have shared with police their recent wo [...] Read more

Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary Highlights Tougaloo College’s Civil Rights Role

by Pearl Stewart | June 25, 2014
The Freedom 50 conference on the Tougaloo campus commemorates the 50th anniversary of the blood [...] Read more

Is a College Degree Still Worth It? Study Says Yes

by Joseph Pisani, Associated Press | June 24, 2014
Those with bachelor’s or associate degrees earn more money over their lifetime than those who [...] Read more

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| May 21, 2014
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Priority on Sports an Issue Even at Smaller Colleges

by | April 14, 2014
Too often in the last decade, the spending by colleges and universities for new jobs and the li [...] Read more

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| March 20, 2014
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At MIT, Weighing Balance of Privacy and Big Data

by Paige Sutherland, Associated Press | March 3, 2014
White House counselor John Podesta said the government must figure out how to allow the public [...] Read more

NYU Professor Says American Education a “Hoax”

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 2, 2014
Diane Ravitch delivered the message over the weekend to kick off the annual conference of the A [...] Read more

Humanities Majors Don’t Fare as Badly as Portrayed, New Earnings Report Says

by Jon Marcus, The Hechinger Report | January 26, 2014
People who major in the humanities and social sciences don’t earn as much as their classmates [...] Read more

Report: AAPI College Students Primarily Turn to Peers for Academic Advice

by Lydia Lum | January 21, 2014
Low-income Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) college students tend to seek academic ad [...] Read more