Posts tagged: Public Policy - Diverse

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The Donald Discovers Diversity

by Emil Guillermo | August 21, 2016

His new team is scouring the data like stock-pickers looking for undervalued buys, and they’v [...]

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Scholar: Rankings of High School Systems Follows Lines of Economic Disparity

by Jamal Eric Watson | August 17, 2016

WalletHub — a personal finance website — has released data comparing the quality of educati [...]

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University of Alaska Southeast Students Using Disability Services Quintuples from 2008

by Associated Press | August 16, 2016

JUNEAU, Alaska ―The number of students using disability services at the University of Alaska [...]

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Rallying Millennials to Vote

by George Acero, Rhonda Rios Kravitz and Cruz Reynoso |

Despite their large population (83 million), millennials vote at lower rates than their share o [...]

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Higher Ed, Civil Rights Groups Should Explore Areas of Convergence

by Marcus Bright | August 2, 2016

There is plenty of common ground between universities and civil rights groups that needs to be [...]

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Study: Public University Subsidies Don’t Favor Wealthy Students

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 1, 2016

A new paper seeks to contravene the “conventional wisdom” that states subsidies for public [...]

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Some Colleges say Hosting a Debate Worth $5M Cost

by Frank Eltman, Associated Press |

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. ― Democracy doesn’t come cheap. Between the logistics of accommodating an e [...]

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The Clinton Acceptance Speech and the Future of Higher Ed

by Emil Guillermo | July 31, 2016

If we aren’t smart enough to discern the real public servants from the frauds, then maybe the [...]

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Black Scholars Take Issue with Obama on Police Encounters

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 28, 2016

President Obama suggested that Hillary Clinton is the best candidate in the 2016 presidential r [...]

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