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Underserved Students Make Progress at For-profit Institutions

by Michelle J. Nealy | June 9, 2008
In their first annual academic report, the University of Phoenix (UPX) asserts that its student [...] Read more

Challenges Persist in Educating Increasingly Diverse Population, Says Ed. Dpt. Report

by MICHELLE D. ANDERSON | June 3, 2008
Women and minorities account for much of the growth in the number of degrees awarded over the l [...] Read more

College Graduates With Career-oriented Majors Out Pace Those With Academic Majors

by Michelle J. Nealy | March 5, 2008
A college degree pays, and not just in knowledge and experience, but in dividends too. [...] Read more

Alumni Giving To HBCUs Declined in 2007

by Michelle J. Nealy | February 21, 2008
Charitable contributions to colleges and universities increased in 2007, while alumni giving de [...] Read more

High Teacher Absences Hurting Learning

by Associated Press | January 17, 2008
WASHINGTON A year is a long time in a child’s education – the time it can take to learn c [...] Read more

Hispanic Just the Stats: Picking the Right College

by Olivia Majesky-Pullmann | January 9, 2008
A college education is becoming more of the norm than in the past. However, choosing the right [...] Read more

Growth in Minority Student Enrollment Gives Rise to More MSIs

by Michelle J. Nealy | December 27, 2007
More minority undergraduate students are enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities than ever, [...] Read more

Analysts Forecast Boom In Minority College Enrollment

by Michelle J. Nealy | December 19, 2007
Minority enrollment at postsecondary institutions is slated to see some significant increases o [...] Read more

Public School Crime Down, But It’s Still More Dangerous For Black, Hispanic Children

by Michelle J. Nealy | December 4, 2007
The percentage of public schools experiencing incidents of crime was lower in 2005 than in 200 [...] Read more

Just the Stats: Fewer Hispanics Study Music Than Other Groups

by Olivia Majesky-Pullmann | November 21, 2007
Hispanics are less likely than their minority peers to participate in music education throughou [...] Read more

Just the Stats: Fewer Hispanics Study Music Than Other Groups

by Olivia Majesky-Pullmann |
Hispanics are less likely than their minority peers to participate in music education throughou [...] Read more

Study: Student Loan Default Rates Highest Among Minorities

by Diverse staff | October 24, 2007
A new analysis of National Center for Education Statistics data shows high student loan default [...] Read more

Disappearing Acts: The Vanishing Black Male On Community College Campuses

by Lorenzo I. Esters and Dr. David C. Mosby | August 23, 2007
Many consider community colleges “open door” institutions, denoting their unique role of pr [...] Read more

Charting journalism degrees

by Victor M.H. Borden | July 14, 2007
The data for this study come from the United Stated Department of Education. It is collected th [...] Read more

The top 100: interpreting the data – students of color

by Victor M.H. Borden | July 13, 2007
For the seventh consecutive year, the publishers of Black Issues have asked me to to produce li [...] Read more