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U.S. Colleges Cutting Courses to Curtail Campus Costs

by Raven L. Hill | October 21, 2010
Reducing or streamlining curriculum has been a difficult yet unavoidable measure at many school [...] Read more

Against Steep Odds, HBCU Leaders Rebuild Trust in Their Institutions

by Lekan Oguntoyinbo | August 27, 2010
At struggling schools, a number of HBCU presidents have surmounted the stigma of accreditation [...] Read more

Accelerated Community College Program Puts Achievement in Reach for Disadvantaged Students

by William J. Ford | August 13, 2010
Ivy Tech Community College’s one-year associate degree program places low-income and first-ge [...] Read more

Recommendations for National K-12 Education Standards Target College Readiness

by Joyce Jones | June 3, 2010
The goal of Common Core State Standards is to ensure that every student graduates from high sch [...] Read more

Experts: Texas Textbooks are Unlikely to Spread

by Paul J. Weber, Associated Press | June 1, 2010
As the second-largest purchaser of textbooks behind California, the Lone Star State has histor [...] Read more

Texas State Board of Education Approves Controversial Social Studies Curriculum Changes

by Lois Elfman | May 24, 2010
Former U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige was among those who implored board members to [...] Read more

AWASH IN WISDOM

by MARY ANNETTE PEMBER | November 26, 2009
Tribal colleges employ elders to impart a higher level of learning that cannot be found in trad [...] Read more

School Book Ban Raises Censorship Concerns in Puerto Rico

by MANUEL ERNESTO RIVERA, Associated Press Writer | September 14, 2009
Several university professors in Puerto Rico are protesting a decision to ban five books from t [...] Read more

FINDING THEIR IDENTITIES

by LYDIA LUM | September 3, 2009
Responding to the demands and needs of Asian-American Students, the University of Maryland, Col [...] Read more

Santa Monica College’s solar panel curriculum

by Diverse Staff | August 20, 2009
Santa Monica College in California is making another “green” move.  The college plans [...] Read more

The Real Cape Cod Community College

by KATHLEEN SCHATZBERG | November 27, 2008
Contrary to a previously published column, Cape Cod Community College practices its commitment [...] Read more

Writing their own History

by Molly Nance | October 30, 2008
San Francisco State University is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the student-led strike th [...] Read more

Getting to Know Dr. Kofi Lomotey

by Michelle J. Nealy | September 4, 2008
While Dr. Kofi Lomotey has held appointments at predominately White institutions, he understand [...] Read more

Black Colleges Still Lacking Ph.D. African-American Studies Program

by Ibram Rogers | June 18, 2008
As African-American studies disciplinarians celebrate the expansion and 20-year anniversary of [...] Read more

State Board Says No Time for Hispanic Input on New Curriculum

| March 20, 2008
The chairman of the State Board of Education said there is insufficient time to seek input from [...] Read more