11 juillet 2018

Plurality of Diversity

Plurality of Diversity
Miguel Guhlin, Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org, January 1, 2014
According to Chris Moersch, writes Guhlin, "blending technology into curriculum typically fails because technology - the spice - is left out of the cooking process, as this article on the What Didn't Happen in Edtech in 2013 highlights." More...

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24 juin 2018

How Xavier sends more black grads to medical school than almost any other college

University Business Magazine logoEven at a young age Lawrence Cresswell knew he wanted to be a doctor. As a high schooler in New York, he participated in a program at the University of Rochester and remembers asking students there about potential pre-med programs. More...

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How Xavier sends more black grads to medical school than almost any other college

University Business Magazine logoEven at a young age Lawrence Cresswell knew he wanted to be a doctor. As a high schooler in New York, he participated in a program at the University of Rochester and remembers asking students there about potential pre-med programs. More...

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Colleges welcome Latino students

University Business Magazine logoLatino students complete degrees at lower rates than other ethnic groups—and are more likely to still be enrolled after six years. Higher ed institutions are developing supports as a result. More...

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Behind the Latino college degree gap

University Business Magazine logoLatino Americans, the largest and the fastest growing ethnic minority in the United States, are half as likely to hold a college degree as non-Hispanic white adults, an education gap that has been widening since 2000, according to a June 2018 report. More...

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23 juin 2018

One change to college admissions could help make all schools more diverse

University Business Magazine logoCommunity segregation is a far-reaching problem that affects students' K-12 education, higher ed outcomes, and the level of diversity on college campuses. More...

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Colleges welcome Latino students

University Business Magazine logoLatino students complete degrees at lower rates than other ethnic groups—and are more likely to still be enrolled after six years. These factors are prompting higher ed institutions to develop supports to help accelerate Latino student success. More...

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19 juin 2018

Social Change is the Art of Persuasion

By Eboo Patel. Which approach to diversity – the langue of power and privilege, or the language of American capaciousness – is better for multiculturalism. More...

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When Did We Decide to Make Parenthood So Expensive?

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/large/public/confessions_of_a_community_college_dean_blog_header.jpgBy Matt Reed. Now a new study shows that the largest birthrate drops are among Latina, Native American, and black women. More...

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17 juin 2018

Defending Affirmative Action

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. A federal lawsuit challenging Harvard University's affirmative action policies is about to go to trial, with the Justice Department backing claims of plaintiffs who say the university is discriminating against Asian-American applicants. More...

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