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Tuition Program Needs Help

Gov. Bill Haslam’s free tuition program is in need of mentors.

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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In order to increase and maintain gender and ethnic diversity within the STEM professoriate, the “guru mentor model” should be scrapped and replaced with a more thoughtful approach to the specific needs that new STEM faculty members have as they seek to launch their careers.

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Learning From Minority-Serving Institutions

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The success of all students needs to be anchored in a shared understanding among all stakeholders that it is long past time to abandon the “one-size-fits-all” view of students.

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Police said Thursday they are seeking to talk to a male who was seen by a witness with a University of Virginia student the night she disappeared.

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Despite grasping for a place at the table when it comes to American education, HBCUs are still an important component of U.S. college education.

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Experts say faculty and administrators must teach students to master the “hidden curriculum” at their respective institutions.

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The club’s goal is to help students find others with similar identities and backgrounds, as well as provide support as they navigate through an unfamiliar culture.

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Long seen as a way out of poverty, higher education eludes most students at Reading High.

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Summer Search claims that 80 percent of the students who have completed its program either have graduated or are on track to graduate from college.

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