Posts tagged: Public Policy - Testing Site

Obama Administration Looks to New Rules to Curb Student Debt

by Lisa Leff, Associated Press | October 28, 2015
U.S. colleges will face new restrictions on using debit cards to distribute financial aid, and [...] Read more

South African President to Meet Students Protesting Tuition Hikes

by Christopher Torchia, Associated Press | October 22, 2015
Thousands of South African university students demonstrated outside the headquarters of the cou [...] Read more

UNC Faculty Group Says Secrecy to Hurt New University Head

by Emery P. Dalesio, Associated Press |
Faculty representatives for North Carolina’s public university system said Thursday the next [...] Read more

RHONDA M. RABBITT

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RHONDA M. RABBITT has been appointed dean of the School of Education at Wilkes University in Wi [...] Read more

When Free Speech Becomes Unfree Speech

by Ibram X. Kendi | October 20, 2015
Practicing free speech comes with the responsibility speaking the whole truth, without false or [...] Read more

Scholars of Color Making Academic Research More Culturally Relevant

by Tiffany Flowers | October 19, 2015
A basic approach of conducting research, publishing work and focusing on information dissemina [...] Read more

Educating the Young Voter

by Dale Schlundt | October 18, 2015
With a new round of young voters being eligible to vote this year, the question raised is not o [...] Read more

MSIs Need to Embrace Competency-Based Learning Strategies

by Katrina S. Rogers and Mike Goldstein | October 13, 2015
It is essential for HBCUs, TCUs and other MSIs to be a part of the planning and implementation [...] Read more

JULIANNA BARNES

| October 8, 2015
JULIANNA BARNES has been appointed president of Cuyamaca College in El Cajon, California, effec [...] Read more

KHATMEH OSSEIRAN-HANNA

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KHATMEH OSSEIRAN-HANNA has been appointed vice president for institutional advancement and exte [...] Read more

California Professor Cancels Religious Freedom Speech at BYU

by Associated Press | October 7, 2015
A California professor who was set to speak at Brigham Young University canceled after learning [...] Read more

Kingston Provides Backdrop for Scholars to Convene

by Autumn A. Arnett |
Leaders from all over gather in Kingston, Jamaica, for the International Colloquium of Black Ma [...] Read more

How Surging U.S. Student Debt is Affecting Borrowers’ Lives

by Associated Press | October 5, 2015
America's $1.2 trillion in student debt is having consequences in far-reaching ways. [...] Read more

U.S. Colleges Seek to Integrate Chinese Students Better

by Michael Melia, Associated Press | September 29, 2015
The multitudes of Chinese students attending American universities are approaching college as l [...] Read more

Suicide Heavily Impacts LGBTQ, Native American Youth

by Tim’m West and Robert Cook | September 28, 2015
When it comes to suicide prevention, awareness and support can’t be limited to just one month [...] Read more