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Why Historically Black Colleges And Universities Remain Vital In U.S. Higher Education
(Scholars Strategy Network, 2015-02-01)
Many observers, including journalists, have sounded the alarm that historically black colleges and universities in the United States are in danger of losing their identity. “Historically Black Colleges are Becoming More ...
Why Universal And Life-Long Higher Education Is The Next Step In Advancing The Social Contract
(Scholars Strategy Network, 2015-04-01)
Nearly a century after John Dewey published the landmark book Democracy and Education, the principles of learning he espoused for democratic societies are applicable to higher education. He saw education as the primary ...
Do Public Universities Use Resources To Widen Opportunity?
(Scholars Strategy Network, 2013-11-01)
State universities and other public institutions of higher education were created in the United States for the purpose of widening access – and political leaders still argue that these institutions make it possible for ...
Why Higher Education Is A Must For Low-Income Mothers
(Scholars Strategy Network, 2017-05-01)
The authors draw some insights and analysis around the question why higher education is a must for low-income mothers?