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Professor to Use Grant to Bring Computer Science to Elementary Schools

A Georgia State University professor will use a $1.2 million grant to develop curriculum to bring computer science to elementary schools.

Going to the Extreme With College Dropouts

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An anti-diversity idea being floated that people should be aware of.

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South Carolina State University still owes $6.5 million on bills and needs more help from the state to move forward, President Thomas Elzey told the Budget and Control Board on Tuesday.

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President Michael J. Sorrell, a panelist at an international seminar, outlines the best practices utilized at his small Dallas-based school in hopes that other institutions that work with large numbers of marginalized and disadvantaged students might benefit.

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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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The National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice will establish an unprecedented mix of strategies for building trust between police and minority communities.

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A growing number of colleges and universities are partnering with employers to train students with the skills they will need to break into local industries.

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Top 100 Degree Producers Special Report

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Our annual Top 100 Degree Producers special report — the only national report on the ability of U.S. colleges and universities to award associate, bachelor’s, graduate and professional degrees to African-American, Hispanic, Asian American and American Indian students.

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DALLAS ― Willie Baronet bought his art collection one piece at a time—from homeless people throughout the country.

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Algeania Warren Freeman has no illusions about why she was named the 20th president of Wilberforce University.

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