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The TCU Difference

by Sarah Wood | November 14, 2019 Some alarming statistics speak to the need to bolster eff orts to increase higher ed attainment Read more

Minority Scholars to be Among Those Honored by AERA

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 29, 2016
AERA’s annual meeting—which has become the go-to place for scholars pursuing cutting-edge r [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

11 Higher Ed Institutions Uniting to Boost Minority Students’ Grad Rates

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 10, 2016
Eleven institutions of higher education are joining an Education Trust-led initiative meant to [...] Read more

Canada No Stranger to Racial Discrimination, Profiling

by Lekan Oguntoyinbo | March 9, 2016
Canada, often seen by many as a progressive oasis of racial inclusiveness and tolerance, has a [...] Read more

Relationship between U of Missouri, Lawmakers on the Mend

by Summer Ballentine, Associated Press | March 6, 2016
Tensions between the University of Missouri System and state legislative leaders appear to be d [...] Read more

Program Launched to Increase Study Abroad at MSIs

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 3, 2016
The University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education’s Center for Minority Serving Ins [...] Read more
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