Posts tagged: Education - Diverse

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Two West Virginia Institutions Team Up to Improve Vaccine and Immunization Outreach

by | June 7, 2021 West Virginia State University (WVSU) Extension Service and West Virginia University (WVU) Exte Read more

Cleveland Avenue Foundation for Education Celebrates Black Excellence in Education

by | April 16, 2021
The Cleveland Avenue Foundation for Education (The CAFE) will hold The 1954 Project Presents: T [...] Read more

ETS Creates New Investment Unit to Grow Business

by | September 17, 2020
Educational Testing Service (ETS), a nonprofit educational assessment and measurement organizat [...] Read more

The Peculiar Tenure Denial of Dr. Paul Harris

by | June 23, 2020
Just as activists flooded cities across the nation chanting “Black Lives Matter” to express [...] Read more

Racism in Higher Education: Why HBCUs Are a Safe Choice in 2020

by Zachary C. Brown and Brandy M. Jones | June 17, 2020
Colleges and universities across the nation are scrambling to address the Black Lives Matter pr [...] Read more

Universities Plan Fall Initiatives to Address Systemic Racism and Police Brutality

by | June 12, 2020
As protests continue across the nation after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and oth [...] Read more

Reimagining International Student Recruitment in the Age of COVID-19: Cross-Continent Collaboration and Partnership Agreements, and Innovative Delivery Models Have Never Been More Important

by Carolyn J. Stefanco and Alfredo Varela | June 10, 2020
International student enrollment has been challenged since well before the COVID-19 global pand [...] Read more

ACCT Report Highlights Need for Community Colleges to Offer Both Financial Education, Aid

by | June 7, 2020
A new report by the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) in partnership with The Gu [...] Read more

A Battle for the Soul of Our Nation

by Thomas Parham | June 4, 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a long way from Brunswick, Georgia and Louisville, Kentucky. Yet the [...] Read more

COVID-19 Will Intensify Education Inequities for Black Students

by Bre-Ann Slay | May 20, 2020
In the United States, data reveal that Black Americans are contracting and dying from the novel [...] Read more

Open for Learning and Ready to Restart the Economy

by Tonjua Williams | May 14, 2020
These are challenging times. There is no doubt about that. Old routines are shattered, business [...] Read more

Who Will Be the Educational Architects After COVID-19?

by Amanda Wilkerson | April 30, 2020
COVID-19 sent shock waves around the nation as residents throughout the United States braced fo [...] Read more

Pitt’s School of Education’s Department-Wide Book Club Discusses Racial Inequity in Education

by | March 22, 2020
At the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt), the School of Education has adopted a mission-vision of [...] Read more

Education Department Upgrades Website to Better Explain Student Loan Information

by | February 25, 2020
The U.S. Education Department has upgraded its student aid website,, with severa [...] Read more

Study: Veterans More Likely to Hold Non-Degree Credentials

by | November 26, 2019
A new study found that United States military veterans are more likely than their general popul [...] Read more
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