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Non-tenure-track Faculty Making Their Voices Heard

by Lois Elfman | March 28, 2016

As the academic landscape evolves, non-tenure-track faculty see a boost in their impact as well [...]

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Chicago State U. Students Left Adrift Amid Budget Impasse

by Catherine Morris | March 27, 2016

The uncertainty surrounding the south Chicago institution’s future can be demoralizing, CSU s [...]

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UConn’s Residential Learning Community Comes Under Fire

by Kenneth J. Cooper | March 24, 2016

Two dissident members of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights have accused the University of Con [...]

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UMKC Takes Issue with Education Trust Report Conclusion

by Catherine Morris | March 23, 2016

According to UMKC, the university is concerned primarily with providing full access to all memb [...]

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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 [...]

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Wallace Foundation Earmarks $47M to Bolster Programs for Aspiring Principals

by Catherine Morris | March 18, 2016

The Wallace Foundation announced Wednesday that it will make a $47 million commitment to help [...]

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Career Undermatching: The Higher Ed Issue You Need to Know About

by Jessica Pliska | March 16, 2016

Career undermatching describes the phenomenon in which talented, college graduates from low-inc [...]

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50 Years of Access in Jeopardy

by Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh | March 15, 2016

Voting rights, money to attend college and diversity are so common today that many of us forget [...]

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Delaware State Cutting 23 Degree-granting Programs

by Reginald Stuart | March 14, 2016

Delaware State University, the sole historically Black public college in Delaware, is “deacti [...]

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