Posts tagged: Demographic - Diverse

Perspective: Hispanic Students at a Crossroads

by Dr. Antonio Flores | October 4, 2011
More federal investments needed to ensure viability of HSIs, writes Dr. Antonio Flores, preside [...] Read more

Commentary: Reacting to the Changing Face of U.S. Demographics

by Sam Fulwood III, Center for American Progress | August 31, 2011
Our nation’s failure to publicly and candidly grapple with the changing demographics only pos [...] Read more

Duke University Professor: American Religious Faith Waning

by Tom Breen, The Associated Press | August 23, 2011
A new study says despite the prominence of religious believers in politics and culture, America [...] Read more

Georgetown University Study Shows Higher Education Does Little to Close Inequalities of Race and Gender

by Amara Phillip | August 12, 2011
 The report, The College Payoff, found that college graduates earn 84 percent more than hi [...] Read more

For-profit Colleges Respond to Increased Scrutiny

by Alan Scher Zagier, The Associated Press | August 9, 2011
Now, the industry will see if it can still make healthy profits from its challenging demographi [...] Read more

Michigan Two- and Four-Year Colleges Team Up To Boost Minority STEM Enrollment

by Eric Freedman | June 14, 2011
In Michigan, the alliance builds on a five-year effort by the University of Michigan, Michigan [...] Read more

Obama Administration Releases Latino Education Report

by The Associated Press | April 29, 2011
Changing demographics mean challenges facing Latino students are of importance to the enti [...] Read more

New Census Milestone: Hispanics Reach 50 Million

by Hope Yen, Associated Press | March 28, 2011
Hispanics accounted for more than half of the U.S. population increase over the last decade, ex [...] Read more

Census: More Blacks in South Moving to Suburbs

by The Associated Press | March 21, 2011
African-Americans in the South are shunning city life for the suburbs at the highest levels in [...] Read more

K-12 Science Proficiency Bottoms Out Among Nation’s High School Seniors; Blacks, Latinos at Lowest Levels

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | January 26, 2011
Only about one-fifth of America’s high school seniors are proficient in science, and the rate [...] Read more

Universities Forced to Adapt as Demographics Shift

by Associated Press | January 4, 2011
 “Majority minority” college classes appearing earlier than expected. [...] Read more

Black Segregation in U.S. Drops to Lowest in Century

by Associated Press | December 16, 2010
 America's neighborhoods took large strides toward racial integration in the last decade a [...] Read more

Latino Men See Dramatic Jump as First-year Medical School Students

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | October 14, 2010
While the number of first-year enrollees to U.S. medical schools has gradually risen in recent [...] Read more

Policy Summit Tackles Changing U.S. Demographics

by Joyce Jones | June 18, 2010
During a National Journal policy summit on demographics and the workforce of the future, it was [...] Read more

Taking Diversity to the Next Level

by Reginald Stuart | June 9, 2010
With expanded management and planning responsibilities, high-ranking chief diversity officers a [...] Read more