Posts tagged: SAT - Diverse

Texas Campus Carry Law Gets Green Light

by Emil Guillermo | December 28, 2015
Texas campus carry law gets boost as the new year promises legal shootout over guns in colleges [...] Read more

Supreme Court Preparing to Tackle Fisher Case, Campus Diversity Again

by Catherine Morris | December 3, 2015
The case questions the constitutionality of holistic admissions practices, which consider race, [...] Read more

MALING EBRAHIMPOUR

| November 18, 2015
MALING EBRAHIMPOUR has been appointed dean of the College of Business Administration at the Uni [...] Read more

Woman Enrolled at Virginia Tech Guilty in Test-taking Scheme

by Joe Mandak, Associated Press | October 29, 2015
A Chinese woman pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiring to have two other women take college admi [...] Read more

South African President to Meet Students Protesting Tuition Hikes

by Christopher Torchia, Associated Press | October 22, 2015
Thousands of South African university students demonstrated outside the headquarters of the cou [...] Read more

RHONDA M. RABBITT

|
RHONDA M. RABBITT has been appointed dean of the School of Education at Wilkes University in Wi [...] Read more

Franklin & Marshall Latest to Rescind Cosby Honorary Degree

by The Associated Press | October 20, 2015
LANCASTER, Pa. — A Pennsylvania college has become the latest school to rescind an honorary d [...] Read more

TAMARA RODENBERG

|
TAMARA RODENBERG has been named president of Bethany College in West Virginia, effective Januar [...] Read more

Diversity in the Teaching Workforce: False Choices and Faulty Tactics

by Kate Walsh | October 19, 2015
Teacher diversity is crucial to a student’s success in the classroom, yet attracting and reta [...] Read more

Community College Leaders Advocate for Stricter Standards of Assessment

by Catherine Morris | October 18, 2015
The AACT and the ACCT released a joint statement last week announcing that they are weighing in [...] Read more

Report: U.S. Math Performance Gap Starts with Unequal Access

by Lydia Lum | October 14, 2015
When it comes to educating U.S. teens in math, schools play a significant factor in reinforcing [...] Read more

DANIELLE WOZNIAK

| October 8, 2015
DANIELLE WOZNIAK has been appointed dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the College of [...] Read more

California Professor Cancels Religious Freedom Speech at BYU

by Associated Press | October 7, 2015
A California professor who was set to speak at Brigham Young University canceled after learning [...] Read more

Novelist Quits Teaching at Phoenix College Over Loyalty Oath

by Associated Press | September 29, 2015
PHOENIX — A crime novelist and poet quit his job teaching creative writing at Phoenix College [...] Read more

State Program Helps Students Reach Higher Education

by Associated Press | September 20, 2015
Today's economy and job market are making a college degree or trade school education almost man [...] Read more