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Staying in School After Welfare Reform: How Beyond Welfare, Inc. Supports Student Mothers in Higher Education
(University of Michigan, Center for the Education of Women, 2005-05-01)
Post-secondary education has long proven to be the most reliable path out of poverty. Lack of higher education is one of the most prevalent barriers to women leaving welfare and poverty successfully. Further, post-secondary ...
Online Education as Institutional Myth: Rituals and Realities at Community Colleges
(Community College Research Center, 2005-08-01)
Relying on data from an in-depth study of 15 community colleges, this article explores online education through the lens of institutional theory. This theoretical perspective highlights the colleges' environmental contexts ...
Administrators’ Perspectives of Diversity: An Examination of the University of Florida
(Academic Leadership Journal, 2005-10-01)
The issue of successful diversity management is a particular concern now because of demographic changes. This research documents how University of Florida's administrators have struggled with the challenge of student ...
Beyond Higher Education: The Need for African Americans to Be "Knowledge Producers"
(The Modern American, 2005)
Despite the relative triumphs towards equality in education, the search for culprits who promulgate standards of inequality is not difficult to ascertain. Aside from the deluge of litigation mounting challenges to the ...