Posts tagged: Early Childhood - Diverse

Building on a “Promise to Create and Foster a Diverse and Inclusive Climate”

| February 4, 2015
Founded in 1957 as two residence centers, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is a studen [...] Read more

Education Historian Ravitch Wants More Input From Teachers on Common Core

by Lucas L. Johnson II, Associated Press | November 20, 2014
Diane Ravitch said that while she opposes the standards, there’s no harm in getting public in [...] Read more

‘Enough, I’m Tired’ Becomes Rallying Cry of Mexican Protest

by Maria Verza, Associated Press | November 9, 2014
An off-the-cuff comment by the attorney general to cut off a news conference about the apparent [...] Read more

Report: Colleges Leave Poor Students to Taxpayers as They Woo Rich

by Jon Marcus, The Hechinger Report | September 18, 2014
Colleges are said to be shifting financial aid from low-income students to high-income ones to [...] Read more

Some Helicopter Parents Have Evolved Into Snow Plow Parents

by | August 26, 2014
From college campuses to workplaces, a number of parents have deeply imposed themselves into th [...] Read more

My Good Neighborhood May Not Look Like Your Good Neighborhood

by Robin L. Hughes | August 18, 2014
A culturally sensitive lens is needed when discussing housing and education. [...] Read more

Study Finds Taking Class Online Does Not Necessarily Improve Outcomes

by Jill Barshay, Hechinger Report | June 26, 2014
The authors found that there is no compelling evidence that online learning systems can deliver [...] Read more

Plan to House Immigrant Children at St. Paul’s University on Hold

by Steve Szkotak, Associated Press | June 16, 2014
Hundreds of Central American children and teenagers are to be housed on the campus of the close [...] Read more

Today’s Students Marching to Their Beat for Successful Living

by | May 20, 2014
We forgot to ask if our kids were ready for college. I was a college administrator and I should [...] Read more

Solving Employment Inequality

by William Spriggs | March 23, 2014
While most mainstream voices now talk about inequality, it will be difficult to solve. [...] Read more

Being Your Child’s Friend Could Cost You Both in Long Run

by | January 28, 2014
Today’s parents can take a lesson from the old school in battling “affluenza.” [...] Read more

Report: AAPI College Students Primarily Turn to Peers for Academic Advice

by Lydia Lum | January 21, 2014
Low-income Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) college students tend to seek academic ad [...] Read more

Early Christmas Presents for Kids with Disabilities

by Lee Shearer, The Athens Banner-Herald | December 22, 2013
A half-dozen children got some special early Christmas presents from a University of Georgia cl [...] Read more

U.S. Trails Behind Other Countries in Eliminating Educational Disparities

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | December 3, 2013
In the latest version of the Programme for International Student Assessment, it is revealed tha [...] Read more

Urban League Develops Future Leaders Through Saturday Program

by Jamal E. Mazyck | November 5, 2013
The Greater Baltimore Urban League is addressing an urgent need to bring literacy training, aca [...] Read more