Tag: college

Teaching college men of color

Teaching college men of color

| September 14, 2015

Community colleges making professional development available to all their instructional faculty SAN DIEGO—California community colleges are proactively addressing achievement concerns among college men of color.  Cuyamaca, MiraCosta and San Diego Mesa and City colleges in California have partnered with the Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement (CORA) to make a large-scale professional development training on […]

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Private student loans no better than using a credit card for college

| December 11, 2013

An analysis of the recent Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Student Loan Ombudsman report concluded that private student loans (PSLs) are a risky and high-cost method to pay for a college education. PSLs comprised seven percent of student loans taken out last year and are 15 percent of the nation’s total outstanding student loan debt.

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College must be open to poorest students

| September 19, 2013

LET’S DO BETTER by Brenda Robinson College football season has opened and football fans are geeked. Excitement is in the air. There is something magical about Saturday afternoon football. Whether the crowd’s loudest roar comes from the precision stepping of a Big Ten Marching Band or the acrobatic, soulful, stepping of a drum major from […]

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