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Texas has the second-largest U.S. public school system, with about 5 million students.
College students of diverse backgrounds experienced the Detroit auto show.
Marriott's Ray Bennett, Chief Global Officer of Global Operations, and Dick Marriott, Chairman of the Board of Host Hotels, hosted approximately 80 students from local schools.
The Mississippi NAACP has called for a federal investigation into the disturbing incident, saying, "These incidents should not be swept under the rug."
A campus protest sparked a deadline for change.
After protests at the University of Missouri, students at other colleges, including Ivy League schools, followed suit.
Study finds college students of the same race or ethnicity as their teaching assistants also participate more and are more likely to attend office hours.
Is your leadership pipeline missing out on Latino recruits? HACU’s program identifies and trains Latino students who become corporate interns and valued employees.
How do you help LGBT students overcome bullying?
Talent development gained from the nonprofit program prepares Black, Latino and American Indian interns for business leadership.
Having difficulty recruiting Blacks and Latinos? Learn how to develop a pipeline from the man who started Rutgers Future Scholars.
Talent development helped Forest T. Harper leave his humble beginnings to become a corporate leader of INROADS. Now he’s paving the way for other aspiring low-income students.
With a global war for talent heating up, Ernst & Young’s leaders are proactively developing future accounting professionals at both the student and educator level.
A survey finds that traditional instructional methods—plus a lack of educational preparation and few role models—discourage women, Blacks, Latinos and American Indians from graduating with degrees in science, technology, engineering and math.