Greater Education

What the 1970 Kent State Shootings Tell Us About Universities Then and Now

In 1997, a student I taught while I was a Fulbright scholar in Turkey came to

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Young Genius Brothers, 11 and 14 Years Old, Graduate from High School and College

Two genius brothers from Texas, Carson and Cannan Huey-You, have simultaneously graduated from high school and

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HBCU Catches Heat for Inviting Ed Sec Betsy DeVos to Keynote Graduation

(NNPA) – Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU), a historically Black university in Daytona Beach, Fla., has suffered waves

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NYU Appoints Lisa M. Coleman as Chief Diversity Officer

As NYU’s Inaugural CDO, Coleman to Lead Efforts to Improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Hiring,

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Hundreds of Black Boys Say They Were “Modern Day Slaves” at a Recently Closed Reform School

Kentwood, LA — Antoinette Harrell is a genealogist, activist, and peonage detective who spent decades tracking

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AKA President, Lawmakers Condemn Racist Act at American University

(NNPA) – A day after Taylor Dumpson, who is an African American woman, was elected to

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Flat Funding for HBCUs Is a Win

(NNPA) – My job is to promote the interests of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

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National Fatherhood Organization Announces “National Real Dads Read Day”

First National Real Dads Read Day Set for June 9, 2017, With a Focus on Children

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Why Environmental Groups Need More Volunteers of Color

Earth Day comes right before National Volunteer Week, an annual celebration of North American volunteerism in

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What Gorsuch’s Conservative Supreme Court Means for Workers

As Neil Gorsuch takes his seat on the Supreme Court, the 4-4 ideological stalemate that plagued

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UPDATE: GDN Community Colleges Special Edition Will Be Published June 1st

Join us in GDN’s special edition dedicated to community colleges, who are leading the way in

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