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Graduation Rates at Historically Black Colleges Drop

by Jorge Rivas on May 31 2013, 2:34PM

Graduation rates at historically black HBCUs, which were already facing scrutiny under a national push to improve outcomes in higher education, have fallen over the last five years.

Topics: /NOW, Schools & Youth

Study: Many College Students are Part-Timers, Less Likely to Graduate

Study: Many College Students are Part-Timers, Less Likely to Graduate

by Jorge Rivas on September 28 2011, 12:45PM

A new report finds that, barring serious reforms, today’s young people will be the first generation in American history to be less educated than their predecessors.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Blacks and Latinos Still Locked Out of Elite Colleges

Blacks and Latinos Still Locked Out of Elite Colleges

by Julianne Hing on November 22 2010, 2:03PM

As the achievement gap narrows, top schools increase admissions standards.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Less Than Half of Black Male Students Are Graduating

Less Than Half of Black Male Students Are Graduating

by Kai Wright on August 19 2010, 4:47PM

Schott Foundation breaks down data state by state and points to solutions.

Topics: Kai Wright, Schools & Youth

The College Graduation Gap Can Be Shrunk

The College Graduation Gap Can Be Shrunk

by Julianne Hing on August 10 2010, 7:12PM

New reports show exactly how it can happen, and which schools are already doing it.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Latinos Key to Obama's College Grad Goal, Administration Says

Latinos Key to Obama’s College Grad Goal, Administration Says

by Julianne Hing on August 9 2010, 6:58PM

President touts his victories in higher ed reform while Secretary Duncan talks up Latino efforts.

Topics: Schools & Youth

NCAA Champs: Duke Succeeds in Basketball and Graduation Rates

NCAA Champs: Duke Succeeds in Basketball and Graduation Rates

by Hatty Lee on April 6 2010, 2:09PM

Last night, Duke University took the NCAA championship title. Honestly, I was rooting for the underdog Butler. But it was a good game. Props to the two teams’ basketball skills, but also to the fact that the graduation rates for…

Topics: Schools & Youth, Sports

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