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Which Texas 4-Year Universities Produced the Highest Percentage of Black and Latino College Graduates in 2012?
According to recently released data in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s 2013 Higher Education Almanac, these 4-year public institutions of higher education produced the highest percentage of African American and Latino graduates for theRead More »
All Things Considered… According to a recent report by the National Center for Education Statistics, there are several known predictors that are linked to education attainment. These predictors include socioeconomic status indicators (e.g., poverty,Read More »
Even at high-performing, wealthy high schools, students who have fallen far behind academically in 4th and 8th grade have less than a 1 in 3 chance of being ready for college or a careerRead More »
Strengthening the Pipeline: What It Will Take to Engage African American Males to Ensure College Preparedness and Success
Embedded is the link to Dr. Karl W. Reid’s, Sr. Vice President at the United Negro College Fund in Washington, D.C., recent presentation at the first annual African American Males in College Achievement &Read More »
Since 2000, the state of Texas has undertaken an ambitious higher education plan to dramatically improve higher education outcomes and boost Texas’ national standing for education attainment. Closing the Gaps by 2015 is now inRead More »
According to recently released data in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s 2012 Higher Education Almanac, these 4-year public institutions of higher education produced the highest percentage of African American and Latino graduates forRead More »
The National Indian Education Study (NIES) is designed to describe the condition of education for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in the United States. The study provides educators, policymakers, and the publicRead More »
Which community and technical colleges in Texas had the highest percentage of students who entered their institution ready to enroll in credit-bearing courses in English, Math, Reading and Writing without the need for DevelopmentalRead More »
Federal HSI/HBCU/AANAPISI Program grants enable institutions to expand and enhance their academic offerings, program quality, and institutional stability through financial assistance. The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 amends the Higher Education Act ofRead More »
Texas will be forced to put the state’s economic growth at stake by closing the doors to college opportunity for thousands of young people, many of them Latino, unless leaders prioritize their goals forRead More »