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Meeting Bill Gates: HBCU Student Has the Mental Discipline to Succeed

Students from Delaware State University and Johnson C. Smith University visit the Gates Foundation

Two HBCU presidents and several students visited the Gates Foundation to discuss their challenges and…

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14 Economic Facts Impacting Our Kids’ Education

More schooling equals greater economic security

The Hamilton Project has released 14 economic facts about education in America, including student poverty,…

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Top 10 Skills Tomorrow’s Leaders Will Need

They are developed at selective liberal arts colleges, says ELCA college leader

John Williams, president of Muhlenberg College, writes that the top 10 skills tomorrow’s leaders will…

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Meeting Students Where They Are

Bill Gates meets with two HBCU presidents

Bill Gates writes of the innovative work at two historically black universities that is helping…

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Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Launches “Dream Come True” Charter School in Harlem

Combs describes the opportunity as "a dream come true."

According to recent sources, rap and hip-hop mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is set to launch…

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Top 10 Emerging Careers for College Grads

Yes, STEM is critical, but liberal arts majors can take heart

Technology is the future. Must liberal arts majors despair? Not according to this report from…

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These Colleges Are Changing The Lives of Low-Income Students

At these schools, low-income students make it to graduation day

Can low income students make it to commencement day? Yes, according to a new report…

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Grad Rates Increase, But not Necessarily for Black Students

Not all students are making it to commencement

Graduation rates are rising, but are all student groups making it to commencement day? Not…

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Obama Administration Supports African American STEM Degree Completion

Administration takes action to accelerate progress

Supporting the attaining of degrees in the fields of science, technology, engineering, or mathematics remains…

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College Fundamentals: Understanding Your Financial Aid Award Letter

And deciding which offer to accept

Deciphering a financial aid award letter can be tricky, especially if you’ve been accepted to…

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Filmmaker Nate Parker to Launch Film School at HBCU

Star of 'Beyond the Lights' opens film and drama school at Wiley College

Star of The Great Debaters, Beyond the Lights, and other films, Nate Parker is starting…

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How Not to Help Poor, Black Children – Part 2

Cultural relevance in education reform is key

After an education trip to Cameroon, an African American teacher learns to her dismay that…

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How Not to Help Poor, Black Children – Part 1

Cultural relevance in education reform is key

After an education trip to Cameroon, an African American teacher learns to her dismay that…

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What Happens When Campus Activism Affects School Policies

College presidents say racial dialogue has increased

According to a new study, college presidents say campus activism is affecting the racial dialogue…

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Women’s History Month: Carmita Vaughan, Founder & President, Surge Institute

Equipping people of color to lead education reform

Carmita Vaughan, founder and president of Surge Institute, is on a mission. She wants to…

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Charter Schools Mete Out Discipline Unfairly, Evidence Shows

Target students of color or the disabled

According to an analysis by the Center for Civil Rights Remedies at the University of…

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Women’s History Month: Leslie Morris and ‘Women of the Dream’

Making a way for disadvantaged girls

Women of the Dream holds culturally relevant workshops in public schools for 7th and 8th…

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Florida Memorial University Earns Cessna Pilot Center Certificate

First HBCU, third college to earn this designation

Florida Memorial University, a historically black college founded 137 years ago, has received certification as…

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The MBA That Won’t Set You Back $100K

Is it worth it? Yes, depending on your goals

Want to earn an MBA but the price tag won’t let you? This online school…

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Why Do Boys in Areas of Income Inequality Drop Out More?

Is it economic despair?

Low income students in states of higher inequality are more likely to drop out of…

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