Posts tagged: Government Research - Diverse

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Gates Foundation Calls for More Granular Data on Student Outcomes

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 2, 2016 The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation amplified a longstanding plea in higher education Tuesday f Read more

Cedar Valley College Receives Grant to Boost Black Male STEM Careers

by Catherine Morris | December 27, 2015
Cedar Valley College, one of seven institutions within the Dallas County Community College Dist [...] Read more

CBC Panel Takes Aim at Disparity in College Degree Attainment

by Catherine Morris | September 16, 2015
At the start of the Congressional Black Caucus’ annual legislative conference, a panel, Acces [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: True Diversity on Campus

by Matthew Lynch | March 15, 2015
In order for higher ed campuses to truly be places of diversity, there are some major areas tha [...] Read more

Asheville-Buncombe Tech Finds STEM Recruitment Success by Refocusing Message

by Catherine Morris | November 12, 2014
With an NSF grant of nearly $200,000, which the college received in the fall of 2012, A-B Tech [...] Read more

HSI Advocates Question Relevancy, Accuracy of College Ratings Systems

by Catherine Morris | October 7, 2014
Though the administration has said that its proposed ratings system will be designed to reward [...] Read more

DOE Official: College Rating System Developed To Be Refined

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 7, 2014
Under Secretary of Education Ted Mitchell says the system ultimately will show which institutio [...] Read more

Experts: K-12 Population Shift Toward Students of Color Will Shed Light on Resource Inequalities

by Ronald Roach | August 17, 2014
The population shift is bringing forth challenges, such as higher poverty rates among students [...] Read more

Studley: There’s Possibility Federal Aid Could Be Tied to Planned College Rating System

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | May 20, 2014
The U.S. Deputy Under Secretary of Education sees a scenario where federal aid could be factore [...] Read more

Report: Funding, Institutional Support Lacking for Historically Black Public Colleges

by Ronald Roach | May 7, 2014
Historically Black public colleges in four states continue to lag behind predominantly White sc [...] Read more

Excelencia in Education Report Reveals Latino College Completion Strides and Struggles

by Jamal E. Mazyck | April 16, 2014
While enrollment numbers for Latino students are relatively high, the degree attainment data in [...] Read more

American Council on Education Wary of Obama Administration’s Plan to Rank Schools

by Jamal E. Mazyck | March 19, 2014
ACE issued a brief Wednesday that addressed the potentially damaging impact ranking systems may [...] Read more

Just the Stats: Hikes in Tuition and Cuts to Pell Grants

by Olivia M. Blackmon | October 23, 2013
Data released this week by The College Board’s Trends in Higher Education series, Education P [...] Read more

Special Report: Recruitment and Retention in Higher Ed

| October 10, 2013
Low participation and completion rates in STEM majors among underrepresented minorities; progra [...] Read more

Facts, Figures as Students Return to the Classroom

by Carole Feldman, Associated Press | September 1, 2013
WASHINGTON — Schools and classrooms are spiffed up, maybe. New textbooks have been ordered, p [...] Read more
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