Posts tagged: Admissions Counseling - Diverse

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Report: Is Guaranteed Admissions Effective in Developing Diverse Class?

by | December 10, 2018 In a recent study published by the American Educational Research Association, researchers evalu Read more

Report: Secondary School Counselors Underutilized in College Completion Push

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | November 17, 2011
The “2011 National Survey of School Counselors: Counseling at a Crossroads” seeks to reposi [...] Read more

College Admissions Report Predicts U.S. Enrollment Increases through Decade’s End

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | October 24, 2011
The “2011 State of College Admission” report predicts that, while high school graduation ra [...] Read more

Along with Increased Test-taking, SAT Sees Drop in Average Scores

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 15, 2011
The nation’s average SAT scores dropped significantly in 2011 from last year, according to re [...] Read more

Conservative Group Says UW-Madison Admissions Favor Minorities

by The Associated Press | September 14, 2011
Black and Hispanic applicants were more likely to be accepted to the University of Wisconsin-Ma [...] Read more

Drawing From the Same Well

by Lydia Lum | June 28, 2011
Caltech admissions director uses his American Indian roots to attract Native students to the el [...] Read more

New Bill Targets College Access, Academic Success in Low-Income Areas

by Charles Dervarics | June 15, 2011
Education leaders in the U.S. Senate want to promote college success in low-income communities [...] Read more

Despite AP Access Limited Among Minorities, Exam-Taking on the Rise

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 10, 2011
The number of high school seniors taking Advanced Placement exams is steadily rising, but a sig [...] Read more

Perspectives: Inadequate Counseling for Those Who Need It

by Patrick O’Connor | January 7, 2011
Too many urban and rural high school students lack access to the counseling necessary to help t [...] Read more

Young Scholars Reflect on Family Ties in the Academy

by Lydia Lum | November 23, 2010
 Having grown up in the academy, second-generation scholars chart their own course to beco [...] Read more

SAT Takers Grow More Diverse, Scores Stagnate

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 14, 2010
More students from diverse backgrounds are taking the SAT, a College Board report released Mond [...] Read more

Senate Hearing: Videos of For-Profit School Staffers Expose Fraudulent Acts

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 5, 2010
Secretly-recorded videos of shady practices within the for-profit college sector got aired Wedn [...] Read more

Observers Say U. of Virginia Diversity Prowess Safe with Sullivan

by Frank Matthews | January 15, 2010
When a highly selective institution garners an enviable diversity record as that found at The U [...] Read more

Va. Military Institute Faces Sexism Accusations

by Sue Lindsey. Associated Press Writer | November 25, 2009
The Virginia Military Institute is defending itself against a lengthy investigation into accusa [...] Read more

Admissions Yield Rate Decline Creating Enrollment Uncertainty for U.S. Colleges and Universities, Report Says

by Arelis Hernandez | October 20, 2009
While U.S. schools see growth among applicants and enrollees, they are experiencing increasing [...] Read more
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