Posts tagged: Black students - Diverse
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Social-Emotional Learning for Black Students is Ineffective When it is Culture-Blind

by | February 6, 2020 Educational professionals ill-prepared to work in culturally relevant ways with students of col Read more

Study: Black and Latino Students Often Left out of Advanced Coursework

by Lois Elfman | January 9, 2020
Whether it’s lack of resources or lack of opportunity, a study from The Education Trust finds [...] Read more

Study on Black Youth and Racism Should Alarm Us All and Push Us to Action

by Donna Y. Ford | January 2, 2020
On the last day of 2019, I had to purge and get my thoughts out by writing on what is the most [...] Read more

Tw(y)ce-Exceptional: Gifted Black Males in P-12 Education

by | October 18, 2019
The call from my college classmate was all too familiar—it started with “he’s super smart [...] Read more

How The Dastardly “D” Prevents Getting to the “E” in Equity

by Christopher M. Mullin | October 10, 2019
Time and again we in higher education see polls that show students are not prepared for the wor [...] Read more

University of Georgia Moves to Name College of Education After Its First Black Graduate

by | September 27, 2019
University of Georgia’s presidential cabinet voted unanimously to name the school’s college [...] Read more

Education Trust Addresses Black Student Debt Crisis at D.C. Briefing

by | September 26, 2019
There is a debt crisis among African-American students on college and university campuses. Acco [...] Read more

Graduate Programs in Higher Education Won’t Prepare You for Equity Centered Student Affairs Work – You Need to Seek It Out

by | September 23, 2019
As an alumnus of a Higher Education Administration masters program, and through my involvement [...] Read more

“Black 14” Received Apology from UW, 50 Years After Incident

by | September 18, 2019
In 1969, 14 Black football players at the University of Wyoming (UW) asked their coach for perm [...] Read more

Prejudice ‘Strikes’ Again: Corporal Punishment is Hitting Black Students the Most

by Donna Y. Ford, Fred A. Bonner II, & James L. Moore III | June 23, 2019
As Black scholars who have succeeded in spite of educational inequities that existed when we we [...] Read more

UNCF and Diverse: Our Work Remains Unfinished

by Brian K. Bridges | April 23, 2019
This has probably been overstated, but the times in which we live feel like a critical juncture [...] Read more

Dr. Ken Atwater: A Student-Centered President

by | April 16, 2019
Dr. Ken Atwater’s enthusiasm for community colleges is quite infectious. It’s apparent when [...] Read more

New Book Challenges Bad Stats

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 15, 2019
If you’re in the habit of spewing negative statistics about the education of Black students i [...] Read more

Grambling State University: Where Students Are CELEBRATED, Not Tolerated

by Robert T. Palmer & Janelle L. Williams | February 22, 2019
About 5 years ago, researchers studying Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) co [...] Read more

MICA President Releases Memo, Apologizes for Racist History

by | February 21, 2019
Samuel Hoi, president of the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) has recently released a c [...] Read more
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