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Diverse Conversations: Three Ways HBCUs Can Avoid Dying Out

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.

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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From college campuses to workplaces, a number of parents have deeply imposed themselves into their children’s lives even once they reach adulthood.

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I have often said that when a young African-American male leaves home it is uncertain whether he will return home.

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Only 3 out of 10 African-American students with high potential for success in AP science course work take an AP science course.

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A former federal judge is resigning as an attorney for Alabama State University.

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Furor After Concordia Captain Gives Seminar

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A Rome university professor is facing a disciplinary hearing after inviting the captain of the shipwrecked Costa Concordia cruise liner to lecture students on emergency procedures.

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