More than 20 years after losing its accreditation following financial issues and lost student enrollment, Morris Brown College has been unanimously approved as a member of the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools Accreditation Commission (TRACS).
Teachers abandoning contracts are up 60% from 2021. Leaving a teaching position prior to the end of a school year can result in a one-year suspension or possible revocation of certification.
An epidemiologist, Dr. Gayle has served in executive roles with the Centers for Disease Control, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and has been named among Forbes’ 100 Most Powerful Women.
An athletic director has resigned, a football coach is stirring public turmoil, and a contract has all but ensured litigation for the nation’s highest-profile historically Black athletic conference.
They also are expert readers of writing on the wall that in most cases is painted in invisible ink; fewer people can afford or want to go to college, politics are more intrusive in the university setting than they’ve ever been, and stakeholder groups are going to be increasingly demanding of the campus as a catalyst for social, economic and political change that it wasn’t designed to deliver.
Originally approved by the D.C. City Council in fall 2020 and scheduled for completion by 2026, investments for the 660-bed hospital will include public funding for land acquisition and community healthcare programming development.
A Temple University sociologist faces accusations of creating a hostile work environment in her research center. Sara Goldrick-Rab says she welcomes the inquiry.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will review standards for sex education curriculum in public schools, which were originally approved in 2020 but are now under fire from conservative lawmakers and parents in the state.
Howard University President Wayne A.I. Frederick will retire in June 2024, trustees at the school announced this afternoon.
Hampton doesn’t get to stop growing, fall in rankings, drop further in enrollment, or lose federal funding just because there is a new president for the first time in 44 years