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The Murder of George Floyd Serves as a Defining Moment in U.S. History

by Cornelius Gilbert | August 5, 2020 The murder of George Floyd by the Minneapolis Police Department on May 25th shook America to he Read more

Now, More than Ever, America Needs More Black Male Social Studies Teachers

by Tina L. Fletcher | June 16, 2020
For Black students in America, having a same-race social studies teacher is extremely rare. Acc [...] Read more

Does America Really Want More Black Teachers? If So, Supporting HBCUs is the Answer.

by Tina L. Fletcher and Trina L. Fletcher | January 21, 2020
A national call to action for more Black teachers is especially necessary when considering rese [...] Read more

Employability and College Graduates with Disabilities

by Hawa Allarakhia | August 5, 2019
Finding that first job after graduating college is difficult, to say the least, but for those w [...] Read more

Some Say College Scorecard Changes Are Good, But More Needed

| May 22, 2019
Post-secondary education experts are lauding the addition of data to the College Scorecard, enh [...] Read more

The Metaphysical Dilemma: Academic Black Women

by Janelle L. Williams and Ayana Tyler Hardaway | September 20, 2018
Daughter, sister, wife, mother, these titles are typically attributed to women. Academic, resea [...] Read more

Installing Collaborative Spaces Increased Retention at NMSU Engineering

by Elizabeth Howard | August 16, 2018
As we begin another academic year, it is important to remember during the beginning-of-semester [...] Read more

The Common Application Launches New Transfer App

| August 15, 2018
A new app designed to aid the transition of transfer students will be used by more than 650 col [...] Read more

Neurodiversity: The Next Frontier in Social Justice

by Niki Elliott | May 17, 2018
The scar on my thigh reminds me of the day I almost gave up my career as a teacher. I now dedi [...] Read more

GlobalMindED: Inclusive Leadership for Education and Lifelong Learning

by Carol Carter | April 26, 2018
GlobalMindED represents a unique opportunity for diverse stakeholders to come together to ident [...] Read more

Supporting the Entry of Older Adult Students into College Classrooms

by Quintana Clark and Levon T. Esters | April 17, 2018
In 2015, at the age of 99, Doretha Daniels earned her college degree. She is the oldest of a ne [...] Read more

Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Can Meet the Needs of Nontraditional College Students

by Kemuel Benyehudah | February 1, 2018
According to the American Council on Education, only 34% of nontraditional students complete th [...] Read more

The Journey of a Non-Traditional Student

by Kemuel Benyehudah | May 8, 2016
The journey of non-traditional students continues beyond the undergraduate context. [...] Read more

Fall College Enrollment Numbers Show Promise

by Reginald Stuart | November 11, 2015
Fall enrollment numbers are in and many colleges and universities are celebrating an increase i [...] Read more