Provides an archived list of periodic electronic newsletters created by the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). The purpose of the list is to keep NSSE users and others informed about current project activities.
Summarizes the Annual White House Summit on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), held September 17-19, 2017. The purpose of the summit was to give HBCU presidents and senior administrators the opportunity to engage with federal officials and representatives in order to meet challenges in higher education.
Discusses the ways in which readers can learn from tribal colleges and universities when considering how to close the achievement gaps among students of different races, ethnicities, and financial backgrounds. The country’s 35 tribal colleges and universities (TCUs), offer valuable lessons.
Discusses a fist fight that took place in a North Carolina school. A parent advocate believes that with the shortage of teachers and administrators, acts like this can quickly lead to unfairly funneling a student from the classroom into the criminal justice system.
Discusses how COVID-19 has disrupted supply chains globally making it hard to harvest, package and ship food consistently -- which affects thousands of children who depend on schools to provide nutritious meals.
Alyssa Rodriguez, a Chicago social worker, figured she’d see more students who felt anxious, frustrated by their schoolwork, or disoriented by unfamiliar routines. A month into school, she says she underestimated the challenge ahead.
A recent surge of research, practice and think-tanks explores the needs of student parents in higher education. All the shared voices reaffirm that this population of students will require much greater efforts to expand college access success.