The situation at CSU has gone from bad to worse. Read more here.
Monthly Archive: July 2018
Is it copyright infringement or democratizing access to knowledge? Read more here.
California Legislature is debating what actions to take. Read more here.
In this article (Latino Studies) MSU’s Ruben Martinez delineates how neoliberalism took root in America, considers its impact on everyday Americans, and describes its implications …
The primary issue is faculty pay. Read more here.
Where? UNC-Chapel Hill of NCAA’s Final Four in Men’s Basketball. Read more here.
Segregation of US higher education existed past mid-century. Here’s a story about Gladys White Jordan, denied admission then, awarded today.
A comparison of practices at two Big Ten universities–Purdue and Rutgers–helps explain why. Read more.
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Read more from a report filed by Education Trust. Among the findings: grad rates for Black students fell at over 30% of schools …
When it comes to higher education these days, the word fraudulent may be too tough in describing some “universities,” but …
Recent study reexamines an age-old question. Read more below.
Wal-Mart, health systems, and higher ed top the list. Read more here.
UPenn study reveals that many high profile sports schools have low graduation rates for Black athletes–as low as 26%.
Read the results of a provocative study done by Dr. Gary Rhoades of the University of Arizona.