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Job-Training Programs Make Remediation Relevant

A few years ago, Sheila Ortega was scrubbing floors at a local grocery store, a high-school dropout with no clear path out of poverty. Today Ms.

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Postsecondary

College, on Your Own

Nichele L. Pollock felt like she was moving through college in slow motion. In seven years, she had gotten about halfway through her bachelor’s degree.

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Postsecondary

Mentoring & Sponsorship @WMConferences

Last week, I spent time at Working Mother Media’s annual “Multicultural Women’s National Conference.” This event has provided me more personal development than any other conference that I have attended. 1,528 more words

Diversity

A Peaceable Psychology: Christian Therapy in a World of Many Cultures

This summer I’ve been taking a course on multicultural counseling. Here I offer some interaction with and reflection on A Peaceable Psychology, pictured at left. 910 more words

Reviews

A Classroom Leaves the Syllabus to the Students

The scene in a cavernous building atop a forested hill here resembles a brainy, free-form summer camp, or a loft where twentysomethings meet to pursue esoteric dreams.

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Postsecondary

The death of diversity - by R.G. & S.A Jul 18th 2014, 13:1

Job security on Capitol Hill

Job security on Capitol Hill
GIVEN that members of the US House of Representatives must face voters every two years, you’d expect them to have a lot less job security than European monarchs. 141 more words

Politics

A Response to Race

I found this article to be of interest. It garners a great deal of truth regarding race and society. Here are some noted responses towards people of color for presenting matters of race. 142 more words

Racism