Posts tagged: Tutoring - Diverse

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U of Michigan Students Offer Free, Online Tutoring to Struggling K-12 Students

by | January 8, 2021 University of Michigan students have created a free online tutoring service, called MiTutor, as Read more

A New Pilot Program Makes Tutoring Accessible to Non-Traditional Students

by | July 31, 2019
For non-traditional students, tutors can be hard to find at the times they’re needed most. St [...] Read more

Celebrations for First-Gen Students Expand in Year Two

by Lois Elfman | October 22, 2018
The Council for Opportunity in Education (COE), in partnership with the Center for First-Genera [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: How Can We Increase Minority Graduation Rates?

by Matthew Lynch | May 7, 2017
Neglecting retention strategies means that fewer students ultimately graduate from college and [...] Read more

Johns Hopkins’ Student Tutors Offer Youngsters Glimpse of Possibilities

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | December 28, 2016
The Johns Hopkins Tutorial Project is a program in which elementary school students get one-on- [...] Read more

More Students Seeing the World Without Getting Credits

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 30, 2016
A survey found that roughly half of the 227 institutions responding reported an increase in the [...] Read more

Report: Black Student Graduation Rates Improving at Slower Rate Than Whites

by Catherine Morris | March 22, 2016
A recent report released by the Education Trust found that Black student graduation rates impro [...] Read more

Poll: About Half U.S. Students Identify as ‘Hopeful’ and ‘Engaged’

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 15, 2016
Only about half of U.S. students are “hopeful” and “engaged” in school, while the rest [...] Read more

Minority Graduation Rates on NCAA Tournament Teams on Upswing

by Reginald Stuart | March 14, 2016
TIDES report shows that academic progress among minorities on NCAA Division I basketball tourna [...] Read more

Chang Takes Autism Education to New Level

by Kenneth J. Cooper | February 7, 2016
Dr. Ya-Chih Chang—a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar—balances educating graduate students on t [...] Read more

Diverse Docket: African-American Student Loses Bias Suit Against Valparaiso

by Eric Freedman | November 22, 2015
An African-American nursing student who was dismissed for low grades has lost her racial discri [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| November 20, 2015
Tragedy in Paris Steve Fund Challenging Views of Mental Health in Minority Communities    Fai [...] Read more

Dayton Expands Men of Color Mentoring Program

by Associated Press | October 18, 2015
DAYTON, Ohio — Miles Tidd is now a solid, focused senior at Belmont High School who holds dow [...] Read more

Analysis: Scrutiny Adds Context to Graduation Rate of Pell Grant Recipients

by Sarah Butrymowicz The Hechinger Report | September 24, 2015
An unprecedented look at Pell Grant graduation rates from 1,149 schools shows that, despite a l [...] 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
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