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Developmental Education: An Investment We Cannot Afford NOT To Make

by JOHN E. ROUECHE AND EVELYN N. WAIWAIOLE | September 17, 2009
The Kiss of Death? An Alternative View of College Remediation, by Cliff Adelman; No One to Wast [...] Read more

COMMUNITY COLLEGE FORUM: Developmental Education – An Investment We Cannot Afford NOT To Make

by JOHN ROUECHE AND EVELYN WAIWAIOLE |
Despite the escalating numbers of students who need developmental work, many critics of develop [...] Read more

Top 100 – Graduate Degree Producers

by DR. VICTOR M. H. BORDEN | July 23, 2009
The Top 100 degree tables published in this edition of Diverse, and the many more detailed tabl [...] Read more

THE TOP 100: GRADUATE RANKINGS

by DR. VICTOR M. H. BORDEN |
The Top 100 degree tables published in this edition of Diverse, and the many more detailed tabl [...] Read more

Report Shows Similar Educational Success by Federal Grant Recipients and Non-Recipients

by Michelle D. Anderson | July 22, 2009
Pell Grant recipients experience patterns of educational success similar to non-beneficiaries o [...] Read more

Achievement Gaps Show Little Change for Black Students

by Charles Dervarics | July 15, 2009
Despite some progress since 1990, Black students continue to trail White students significantly [...] Read more

Off the Beaten Path

by MARLON A. WALKER | June 25, 2009
The growing number of nontraditional students could spell trouble for traditional programs that [...] Read more

Setting a New Standard

by REGINALD STUART | June 11, 2009
Despite the gains minorities have made in student enrollment and higher education leadership, t [...] Read more

Higher Education Association Blasts Graduation Rate Data Used in Think Tank Report

by Michelle J. Nealy | June 9, 2009
One week after the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a conservative Washington-based think t [...] Read more

THE TOP 100: ASSOCIATE RANKINGS

by OLIVIA BLACKMON | May 14, 2009
This year, Diverse has added a new addition to its annual Top 100 degree producers series — r [...] Read more

Opinion: Righting the Ship for Students With Limited English Skills

by Trey Asbury, Ph.D | October 8, 2008
In 1974, Lau v. Nichols, set a new precedent in bilingual education when it required school dis [...] Read more

Perspectives: Black Males In the Educational Pipeline

by Julian Vasquez Heilig and Richard J. Reddick | August 13, 2008
In 2008, Americans are at the precipice of a monumental historical moment- the Democratic Party [...] Read more

A Foot In Two Worlds

by Kristan Venegas |
I appreciate the opportunity to be asked to participate in Diverse¡¯s ¡°The Academy Speaks [...] Read more

TOP 100 GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PRODUCERS – INTERPRETING THE DATA

by Victor M. H. Borden | July 10, 2008
Two of three U.S. citizens or permanent residents are not people of color; that is, they are no [...] Read more

TOP 100 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PRODUCERS – INTERPRETING THE DATA

by Victor M. H. Borden, Ph.D. | June 12, 2008
Over the past five years, the number of bachelor’s degrees conferred to African-Americans by [...] Read more