Posts tagged: Tutoring - Diverse


| September 9, 2015
MANNY ROMERO has been appointed executive director of public affairs at the Borough of Manhatt [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| August 6, 2015
Last Year, Fewer Black Men Applied to Med School than in 1978 Senate Seeks Ways to Take Income [...] Read more

Intel Putting $5M Toward Georgia Tech Diversity Push

by Catherine Morris | August 4, 2015
The Georgia Institute of Technology will receive $5 million over the next five years from Intel [...] Read more

Wabash College Works to Retain Minority Students

by Associated Press | July 27, 2015
A small, male-only liberal arts college in western Indiana is hosting 30 students this summer a [...] Read more


| July 13, 2015
JOWEL LAGUERRE has been appointed chancellor of Peralta Community College District in Californi [...] Read more

Addressing the Skills Gap for Students and Young Adults

by Eric Gaze | July 7, 2015
It is imperative that we address the failings and inequities of our current educational system, [...] Read more

University of California’s Fall 2015 Freshman Numbers Sound an Alarm

by | July 5, 2015
Has an exodus of Blacks from the state impacted higher education? [...] Read more

Honoring Cultural Traditions of Native Graduates

by Robert Cook | June 9, 2015
Native graduates receive their eagle feathers and plumes and proudly wear them on their graduat [...] Read more

2015 Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges

| May 18, 2015
The Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges national study was first commissioned b [...] Read more

States Vary in Success at Improving High School Grad Rates

by Kimberly Hefling, Associated Press | May 12, 2015
The record high American graduation rate masks large gaps among low-income students and those w [...] Read more

Murray State Creates Scholarship Specifically for Veterans

by Associated Press | May 11, 2015
Murray State University has created its first scholarship specifically designed to support vete [...] Read more

Proposal Would Have Grads Who Leave Illinois Repay State Aid

by Associated Press | February 23, 2015
A measure introduced in the Illinois legislature would make students pay back certain tuition b [...] Read more

Marion Barry, The People’s Choice

by | November 23, 2014
The former city councilman and four-term mayor was nothing short of a living, breathing testame [...] Read more

Education Historian Ravitch Wants More Input From Teachers on Common Core

by Lucas L. Johnson II, Associated Press | November 20, 2014
Diane Ravitch said that while she opposes the standards, there’s no harm in getting public in [...] Read more

Bowie State Fires Ex-NFL Player Charles Grant for Body-Slamming Student

by Associated Press | November 12, 2014
Former NFL player Charles Grant has been fired from his position as a volunteer football coach [...] Read more