The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities has announced 24 fellows have been selected for its Inaugural Presidential Leadership Academy, La Academia de Liderazgo. The program is designed to increase Hispanic representation in presidential positions in higher education.
A new nationwide survey on race and the future of work commissioned by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies finds a significant majority of Americans support free college or training, with African Americans ranking highest (85 percent) of any racial group.
The overall number of undergraduates at U.S. colleges and universities has increased dramatically over the past 20 years, with growth fueled almost exclusively by an influx of students from low-income families and students of color.
The College Promise Campaign, a national nonprofit working to increase the number of quality College Promise programs providing paid-for college tuition and fees, released a landscape crosswalk of existing programs supporting Latino students during a convening of employers and higher education leaders in D.C. on May 8, 2019.
A few months ago ALMA began work with Change the Ref to print a 3D statue of Parkland victim Joaquin Oliver in response to the recent up rise in and complete legality of 3D printed guns in the US. After a few months of fighting the good fight together, we compiled a documentary to take people behind the scenes of the struggle.
National results show that college completion patterns among Black, Hispanic, white, and Asian four-year, public starters vary widely across states, according to a new nationwide report released by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
The nation's postsecondary students who started college in 2010 at a two-year or a four-year college pushed their combined overall completion rate--to earn either a bachelors, associate or certificate--to 60.4 percent within eight years, according to a new report released by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
A report titled Respected: Perspectives of Youth on High School & Social and Emotional Learning, shows that more than three-quarters (77 percent) of recent high school students believe their schools could have done a better job of helping students develop key social and emotional learning (SEL) skills, which are particularly needed at this time of national division, rising violence, anxiety and historic levels of mistrust.
The Immigrant Archive Project (IAP) a 501-C3 nonprofit organization, whose mission it is to record, preserve and share the stories of immigrants in America, is celebrating its 10 year anniversary with the announcement of a college scholarship fund drive. The IAP college scholarships will be awarded to gifted immigrants and the children of immigrants who are the first in their family to attend college.
Miami Ad School continues to expand its footprint, this time near another beautiful Caribbean beach in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The mission: make Miami Ad School Punta Cana the epicenter of creativity and innovation for Central America and the Caribbean.