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Sixteen states identified where land-grant HBCUs are underfunded

In a letter sent to 16 governors, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Thomas Vilsack emphasized the over $12 billion disparity in funding between land-grant Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and their non-HBCU land-grant peers in their states. “Unacceptable funding inequities have forced many of our nation’s distinguished Historically […]

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California awards $1 million to reduce out-of-school suspensions that affect marginalized students

With the aim of reducing out-of-school suspensions and fostering alternatives to punitive measures for Transitional Kindergarten through twelfth-grade students, California’s legislature has granted $1 million over three years to the newly established Race Education and Community Healing (REACH) Network. Led by the UC Berkeley School of Education and the UCLA Center for the Transformation of […]

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Christopher Emdin named Maxine Greene Chair for Distinguished Contributions to Education

Dr. Christopher Emdin, Professor of Science Education, will return to Teacher’s College this fall as the Maxine Greene Chair for Distinguished Contributions to Education after serving two years at USC Rossier School of Education, where he served as the Naslund Endowed Chair in Curriculum Theory and Director of Youth Engagement and Community Partnerships at the […]