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AAC&U Project to Assist 12 Campuses with Equity-Center Curriculum Design

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

A dozen higher education institutions have been selected to participate in the Equitable and Inclusive Curriculum-to-Career Models Project, according to the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U).

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Diverse Students Are Going Hungry at the Cafeteria Curriculum

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Terry O’Banion Community college students who are from lower socio-economic backgrounds, are first generation, and who have not been successful in high school are starving to death trying to find educational sustenance at the cafeteria curriculum. And there are plenty of clues to the nature of that curriculum.

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LAKIA M. SCOTT

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

in curriculum and instruction at Prairie View A&M University, and a Ph. in curriculum and instruction at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Scott has been appointed assistant provost for faculty development and diversity at Yale University.

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Kean University Launches Visionary New Center for Africana Studies

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

We are dedicated to establishing the best, most effective curriculum and programming to ensure they have a full understanding of history to help them shape the future.” The center will make an amazing contribution to learning across the K-12 curriculum.” All young people deserve to know their past. Dr. David Jefferson Jr.,

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Can Brain Science Actually Help Make Your Training & Teaching Stick?

Speaker: Andrew Cohen, Founder & CEO of Brainscape

This session, featuring industry visionary Andrew Cohen, Founder & CEO of Brainscape, explores practical ways for educators and instructional designers to impart these essential tactics onto students and trainees through manageable tweaks to curriculum, assessment, and technology.

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Community College Curriculum: Drastically Changed by Today's Economy

Community College Review

Learn about how today's economy has impacted community college curriculum, increased occupational programs, and grown specific career-preparation courses.

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Teacher-Run Organization Seeks to Educate Students on Historical Resistance Efforts

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Kesha James Now going into its third year of operations, the Antiracist Curriculum Project (ACP) has been working diligently to develop social studies curriculum that teaches students about the systemic injustices and historical resistance that took place in their part of the state. The Rochester region is consistently one of the U.S.’s