Black Issues in Higher Education

Black Issues in Higher Education is a magazine specializing in African American Focused topics.

Articles from Vol. 20, No. 15, September 11

College Testing Groups Release 2003 Scores
SAT math scores hit 35-year high, but college-readiness benchmark still low for Black studentsWASHINGTONOfficials from the nation's two largest college admissions testing organizations had positive news to report last month about the high school class...
Diversity Intersects with National Security
THE UNCF'S INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC POLICY PLANS TO ENGAGE 'UNUSUAL SUSPECTS' IN A DISCUSSION ON THE GLOBAL IMPORTANCE OF A DIVERSE WORK FORCEAfter nine years of sending African American, Hispanic, Asian American and American Indian undergraduate...
Education Spending Tops Congress' Fall Agenda
Teacher education, welfare reform are among other hot-button issues to be addressedAfter months of disappointing efforts in seeking student-aid increases, education advocates are pinning their hopes on a U.S. Senate plan that will come up for debate...
Internships Prove Valuable in Poor Job Market
PRINCETON, N.J.In today's poor employment climate, it takes more than a college degree to get a job, according to CollegeJournal.com, the Wall Street Journal's Web site for career-minded college students. A recent survey by the National Association of...
Securing the Homeland
THROUGH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, HBCUS ARE CONFIDENT ABOUT COMPETING FOR HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDSAs a relative newcomer to the physics department at Florida A&M University, Dr. Lewis E. Johnson has managed to establish a laboratory for his research...
Spending Time on SEVIS
New system to track international student enrollment leaves educators stressed, while the federal government reports its successIt's been a bruising year for everyone involved with international education. And no one in the community of international...
U.S. Congressmen Urge More Federal Support for HBCUs
Building preservation, financial aid, main topics at town hall meetingGRAMBLING, LA.Historic preservation of buildings on historically Black college campuses and increased financial aid for students were the main topics at a recent town hall meeting...
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