A newly released Stanford study found that ethnic studies courses for freshmen “boosted the grades, attendance, and course completion of San Francisco students who started high school with an academic record that indicated future failure.”
The statistically stunted participation of females in the realm of international math competitions inspired the European Girls’ Math Olympiad – an international competition between 39 teams in 39 countries.
The College and University Professional Association for Human Resources conducted new research and found that although the gender pay gap shrunk during the early 2000s, it has still persisted throughout the past fifteen years among female administrators in higher education.
An analysis of Pew Research Center surveys found that the relationship between religion and education in America is dynamic and the notion that Americans with higher education are “less religious” is not necessarily true.
Isis Portillo, Executive Director of Latinitas El Paso, discusses the organization’s mission to erode gender barriers and provide young girls with a voice to express themselves through technology and media. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
A new report from the National Center for Education Statistics that studied more than 18,000 students across various races, ethnicities, incomes, and geographic locations, found that children from low-income families were participating in summer programs at much lower rates than those from middle and high-income families.
According to a new report from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, transfer students from community colleges who are admitted into prestigious private universities graduate at higher rates than students who are admitted as first-time freshman.
Ahead of college admissions, Asian American applicants are concerned with how their applications will be treated by admissions officers at Harvard, after a judge ruled that the university does not discriminate against Asian American students.
On the heels of growing tensions between China and the US, lawmakers and other national leaders are urging the many universities that host Confucius Institutes to shut down the institutes that offer Chinese language and culture programs.