Education

Study: College Grads Say Pandemic Increased Importance of Work-Life Balance

More than two-thirds (69%) of 2022 college graduates say that circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have increased the importance…

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Beyond the Ruling

Dr. Sara WarnerThe leaked draft of the U.S. Supreme Court opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization has not…

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Dr. Tabbye M. Chavous Appointed University of Michigan Vice Provost for Equity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer

Dr. Tabbye M. Chavous will become University of Michigan’s vice provost for equity and inclusion and chief diversity officer, effective…

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Michelle Knight-Manuel

Michelle Knight-ManuelMICHELLE KNIGHT-MANUEL has been named dean of the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver, effective July…

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Study Finds College Football Teams with Black Coaches Penalized More Often Than Teams with White Coaches

A recent study has found that college football teams with Black coaches are penalized more often than teams with white…

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RPI and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai to Establish Engineering and Medicine Center

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai announced the creation of the Center for Engineering…

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Engines of Equality or Educators of the Elite?

The Scope of the Issue: Inequality by the Numbers Education is often seen as a vital engine of social mobility…

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Philly’s historic Central High gets its first female, Black president

Katharine Davis, the principal of Henry Elementary School in Mount Airy, has been named the 15th president of Central High…

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What White University Presidents and Other Leaders Could Learn from HBCU Leadership About Diversifying STEM

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) lead the U.S. economy, disrupting established industries, while manufacturing billionaires – just as they…

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To reunify high schools like Montbello and West, Denver must first lay off teachers

More than a decade ago, in an effort to boost academic achievement, Denver Public Schools closed two big high schools…

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