Federal Judge Debra Brown ordered the Cleveland School District in Mississippi to finally integrate its middle schools and high schools — which, for the past decades, has had an all-black middle and all-black high school, and an all-white middle and all-white high school.
Many private programs across the country offer Special Education vouchers for families with disabled children to join private institutions, and many families choose to partake and accept those vouchers.
While open online courses are traditionally seen as providing equal opportunity for students of all economic and social backgrounds, recent studies show that the same obstacles that prevent students from attaining higher education at universities persist in online classes.
College ‘culture shock’ is a real experience for most first generation students, as they work to navigate the college experience without having someone in the family who is already familiar with the processes and resources.
Sparked by Susan Cain’s bestseller “Quiet: The Power of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking,” a professional development workshop brings together educators to discuss ways of incorporating and embracing the “quiet” student.
Harvard recently announced an official ban on gender-segregated university clubs, including sororities and fraternities. The decision was made with the intention of improving inclusiveness and integration of women in university clubs that provide access to resources and networks for members.
Trump Administration’s aim to cut $9 billion in federal education programs, puts teacher preparation programs – also referred to as Title II – at risk of losing federal funding, which also means that the quality of education that students receive might suffer.