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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

Study: High Schools Overlook Community College-Bound Students

by Sarah Lake | March 6, 2008
A recent report by the Southern Regional Education Board says many high schools are focusing th [...] Read more

University of Kentucky Struggles to Refute E-Mail Rumor

by Sarah Lake | February 28, 2008
An e-mail rumor accusing the University of Kentucky of dropping its course on the Holocaust “ [...] Read more

Classes Help University of Missouri Custodial Employees Communicate

by Associated Press | February 27, 2008
Some classes being offered at the University of Missouri-Columbia are for the custodial employe [...] Read more

Districts Adopt Mexican Curriculum to Help Hispanic Students

by Paul Ruffins | November 5, 2007
Several school districts in the South and West that serve large populations of Spanish-speaking [...] Read more

Districts Adopt Mexican Curriculum to Help Hispanic Students

by Paul Ruffins |
Several school districts in the South and West that serve large populations of Spanish-speaking [...] Read more

Latina women and higher education – making it happen

by Dina M. Horwedel | September 24, 2007
Four Latinas discuss how they, against the odds, realized their higher education and profession [...] Read more

Venezuela’s Chavez Warns Private Schools

by Associated Press | September 17, 2007
CARACAS Venezuela President Hugo Chavez threatened on Monday to close or take over any private [...] Read more

Arkansas Historians Fear State History Will Be Removed From K-12 Curriculum

by Associated Press | July 16, 2007
LITTLE ROCK Many historians, upset with what they expected Saturday would be a watering down o [...] Read more

Oracle’s Strategic Investment In Montgomery College

by Ronald Roach | July 15, 2007
Where does one of the world's largest computer software companies go when it wants to partner w [...] Read more

Reforming American education

by Joan Morgan | July 12, 2007
Washington Just what is education reform? National education standards? Equity of access? Teac [...] Read more

Television fiction, income reality – Speaking of Education

by Julianne Malveaux |
Popular culture has managed to seep into the curriculum at many universities. Using the lens of [...] Read more

Following the leaders – the establishment of Leadership Development Centers in historically Black colleges and universities

by Gwendolyn Glenn | July 5, 2007
Leadership Development Becomes Priority for Many Institutions [...] Read more

Curriculum changes could cut students’ time with Ark. history

by Associated Press |
LITTLE ROCK A newly revised social studies curriculum for Arkansas' school children will cut t [...] Read more