In preparation for the U.S.
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On December 10, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation (USCCF) will release a report on the education landscape for African-American students in the United States. As someone who worked with USCCF to cull the data for the report, I can tell you that the results are disheartening.
University of California, Berkeley student Deep Dave is a double major in computer science and economics who has completed 68 college credits. What’s so unique about Deep? He’s only 18 years old.
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Another summer has come and gone and students across the country are getting acclimated to new teachers, new classrooms, new books, and new friends.
More than a decade has passed since Hurricane Katrina tore through the Gulf States. New Orleans has since become a laboratory for education policy experts and reformists.
For years, business leaders have identified a shortage of skilled workers as a top concern and urgent priority.