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Report: Millions with College Credit Identified as Potential Graduates

An estimated 4 million Americans have completed at least two years of college and they represent a pool of potential students with whom colleges and universities could reconnect, a new national report says.

William Carey University is offering a new online degree for administrators and teachers who want to help other teachers improve their classroom instruction.

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The initiative lacks components that would aggressively respond to the pervasiveness of institutional and structural racism that yet persists in America.

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The Corcoran’s board is seeking to merge the museum founded in 1869 and its college with George Washington University and the National Gallery of Art after years of financial shortfalls and daunting renovation needs.

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The Birth Of a Nation

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In July, the month we celebrate our nation’s Declaration o f Independence, we look at books about its colonial beginnings and its founding. That history cannot be separated from the issue of slavery in this country…

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A survey of colleges and universities finds a lack of coordination between many campuses and local law enforcement in handling sexual assaults, and that many schools have gone years without investigating such cases.

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Kenneth E. Reeves, facing front, discusses his trailblazing role as a student at Harvard College and later as the first African-American mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo Courtesy of The HistoryMakers Collection at the Library of Congress)

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There needs to be a partnership between colleges and organizations in the communities where students live.

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Marshall Rose Voted New President of AAAED

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The membership of the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity (AAAED) has selected Marshall Rose of Toledo, Ohio, as its president.

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University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa told University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers that he must resign or he will be fired, a person with direct knowledge of the conversation told The Associated Press on Friday.

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