Posts tagged: U.S. Department of Education - Diverse
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Gender Pay Gap Wide Among Graduates of Elite Schools

by | August 16, 2018 The gender wage gap is real – even when looking at pay differences between men and women who Read more

Debunking Mismatch and the Color-Blind Remedy to Affirmative Action

by | July 24, 2018
The affirmative action op-eds are starting to appear. Both the pro and the con. And there’s t [...] Read more

Report Outlines College Graduates’ Employment, Debt and Enrollment

by | July 20, 2018
A U.S. Department of Education report on college graduates from 2008 shed insight into their em [...] Read more

NAFEO Urges Continuing Affirmative Action Efforts in Higher Ed

by Lezli Baskerville | July 18, 2018
Every student benefits from inclusive and diverse classrooms, not just students of color. NAFEO [...] Read more

Trump’s Art of the Deal: Merge Education and Labor Departments?

by Gerard Robinson | July 14, 2018
The White House publicly released a report called "Delivering Government Solutions in the 21st [...] Read more

Trump Administration Takes Affirmative Action to Ignore Race and Law

by | July 9, 2018
In case you missed it: while you were celebrating all the progress we’ve achieved in America [...] Read more

Merging Education, Labor Departments Likely to Impact Higher Ed

by | June 21, 2018
The White House announced plans Thursday to combine the federal education and labor departments [...] Read more

Community College Research Center Gets New Director

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Dr. Thomas Brock, a leader in research for the U.S. Department of Education, will be in a posit [...] Read more

Panel Dissects Role of Suspensions in School-To-Prison Pipeline

by Gregory Clay | May 17, 2018
Statistics abounded Wednesday evening during a panel discussion titled “School to Prison Pipe [...] Read more

Gathering Addresses Sexual Misconduct, Title IX Solutions

by | March 22, 2018
Higher education leaders and the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights recent [...] Read more

Study: Looming Student Loan Default Crisis Will Be Worse Than Projected

by | January 15, 2018
The looming student loan default crisis will be worse than previously thought, according to a r [...] Read more

Colleges and Universities Pool Resources to Curb Costs

by Timothy Pratt | October 18, 2017
Efforts to build alliances are especially growing among smaller private colleges that are heavi [...] Read more

Indiana Scholarships Fail to Attract Diverse Teachers

by Associated Press | October 16, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS — Scholarships from an Indiana program meant to diversify and recruit the next g [...] Read more

Are Archaic Premises Fueling Feds’ Pursuit of WGU?

by Trent Kaufman and Aaron Andersen | October 3, 2017
A recent report from the U.S. Department of Education grabbed headlines by proffering the opini [...] Read more

Purdue’s Plans for Online School Draw Criticism from Faculty

by Associated Press | September 12, 2017
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University’s plans for a new online school are drawing critic [...] Read more
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