Posts tagged: Majority Minority - Diverse

Perspectives: How Diversity Goes Beyond Tolerance

by John Achrazoglou | November 9, 2010
Personal interaction through technology can foster an appreciative and welcoming environment fo [...] Read more

Policy Summit Tackles Changing U.S. Demographics

by Joyce Jones | June 18, 2010
During a National Journal policy summit on demographics and the workforce of the future, it was [...] Read more

Taking Diversity to the Next Level

by Reginald Stuart | June 9, 2010
With expanded management and planning responsibilities, high-ranking chief diversity officers a [...] Read more

U.S. Colleges Recruit Hispanic Families Using Spanish

by Kathy Matheson, Associated Press | February 9, 2010
Some venerable American universities are trying to tap the booming pool of Hispanic students b [...] Read more

ECONOMIC BLUES

by REGINALD STUART | October 29, 2009
As the recession continues to take its toll, many Black Americans find themselves almost back a [...] Read more

Naval Academy Continues its Diversity Trend

by KENNETH J. COOPER | September 3, 2009
For a second consecutive year, the Naval Academy has admitted its most diverse class, and its w [...] Read more

Perspectives: Progress Made and the Significant Work That Lies Ahead

by John Payton | July 7, 2009
In perhaps the most important voting rights case in a generation, the Supreme Court issued a ru [...] Read more

It’s Not Just About Racism, But Ableism

by A. Rahman Ford | April 2, 2009
When talking about diversity, the ableism that students with disabilities face should be part o [...] Read more

HBCUs: Segregated, But Not Segregating

by Larry O. Rivers | March 9, 2009
Those who seek to bring more Whites into historically Black colleges should suggest constructiv [...] Read more

HBCUs: Segregated, But Not Segregating

by LARRY O. RIVERS | March 5, 2009
Those who seek to bring more Whites into historically Black colleges should suggest constructiv [...] Read more

House Formally Apologizes for Slavery and Jim Crow

by Associated Press | July 30, 2008
The House on Tuesday issued an unprecedented apology to Black Americans for the wrongs committe [...] Read more

Coalition Says Using a Culturally Based Education Model Could Help Close Achievement Gap

by Michelle D. Anderson | June 26, 2008
Teachers must be sensitive and inclusive to all students’ cultural backgrounds, educators and [...] Read more

Majority Latino South Texas Town Abolishes Decades-old Segregation

by Associated Press | May 14, 2008
A South Texas town has abolished an anti-Hispanic segregation law more than seven decades after [...] Read more

Majority Latino South Texas Town Abolishes Decades-old Segregation

by Associated Press | May 7, 2008
A South Texas town has abolished an anti-Hispanic segregation law more than seven decades after [...] Read more

PUTTING FIRST-GENERATION STUDENTS FIRST

by Dina M. Horwedel | April 17, 2008
Faced with a growing population of first-generation students, many colleges are undertaking uni [...] Read more
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