Posts tagged: Tutoring - Diverse

Professor to Use Grant to Bring Computer Science to Elementary Schools

by Associated Press | October 21, 2014
A Georgia State University professor will use a $1.2 million grant to develop curriculum to bri [...] Read more

Rodriquez Continues to Make Parents’ Investment in Education Pay Off

by Christina Sturdivant | October 5, 2014
New president of Queens College of The City University of New York hasn’t forgotten his roots [...] Read more

Can Focusing on Workplace Skills Increase College Completion Rates?

by Emmanuel Felton, Hechinger Report |
In spite of controversy, community colleges and businesses at a conference in New York say the [...] Read more

Education Spending by Affluent Widening Wealth Gap

by Josh Boak, Associated Press | September 30, 2014
Education is supposed to help bridge the gap between the wealthiest people and everyone else. [...] Read more


| September 22, 2014
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Alvernia University Bets $10M on Poor City’s Kids

by Michael Rubinkam, Associated Press | August 28, 2014
Long seen as a way out of poverty, higher education eludes most students at Reading High. [...] Read more

Some Helicopter Parents Have Evolved Into Snow Plow Parents

by | August 26, 2014
From college campuses to workplaces, a number of parents have deeply imposed themselves into th [...] Read more

Move-in day? It’s Funeral Day for Michael Brown

by | August 24, 2014
As many colleges start anew, Ferguson victim laid to rest. [...] Read more

Governor Haslam Promotes Free Tuition Plan in Tennessee

by Lucas L. Johnson II, Associated Press | August 20, 2014
Gov. Bill Haslam on Wednesday urged students to take advantage of his program to cover a full r [...] Read more

Time No Barrier to Law Professor Ronald Sullivan Getting to Truth

by Catherine Morris | July 21, 2014
Harvard educator is a consultant on Brooklyn’s Conviction Review Unit that seeks to bring the [...] Read more

Low-Income Students’ Success in College Starts in High School

by Whitney Soule and Jessica Pliska | July 8, 2014
There needs to be a partnership between colleges and organizations in the communities where stu [...] Read more

A House Divided? Randolph-Macon in National Political Spotlight

by Catherine Morris | June 12, 2014
Two professors from Randolph-Macon College will vie for the right to represent Virginia’s 7th [...] Read more

Georgia Gets $1 Million Grant to Boost College Success

by Associated Press | June 4, 2014
Georgia will use a $1 million grant to help students in high-demand fields get college degrees [...] Read more

Dream Catcher

| May 22, 2014
In this issue, Diverse salutes Dr. Jerry Sue Thornton, the influential former president of Cuya [...] Read more


| May 21, 2014
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