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Helping Tech Workers Switch From Silicon Valley To The Classroom
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By Carolyn Jones Bob Capriles, a math and engineering teacher at Fremont High in Sunnyvale, gave up a good salary and solid
The Intersection of Race, Sports and Money: 'I Can't Breathe'
A pioneering sports attorney
Black athletes know what needs to be done. All that is missing is the will to do it. Now is the time to dispel the stereotypes about black athletes.
Sport as Socio-Political Institution
Warren J. Blumenfeld
Social Justice writer, educator, and speaker
Perhaps, as time goes by, as more pioneers break racial, sexual, gender, religious, ethnic, language, and other barriers, athletes' very being may one day have diminished political implications, but sport has always been and will forever have political consequences and possibilities.
University Officials Step Down After Anti-Latina Comments
“The fact that Wanda agreed to step down reflects genuine concern for the university and her desire to avoid being a distraction
Students Protest University's Handling Of Board Member's Alleged Anti-Latina Comments
HuffPost sent a request for comment from Ginner to the head of the Tower Foundation and was told in response by a spokeswoman
How to Prepare a College Campus for A New Era of Innovation
Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice President, San Jo...
Imagine what a university could and should look like in several years. What will our students be learning? How will they be learning? What tools will they need in this future education?
Laboratories-of-the-States: The Good... and the Bad
Fran Moreland Johns
Writer of fiction, nonfiction, assorted good things that catch...
Will a few states rule the United States? Or fundamentally change it? And if so, who are the winners and losers? Depending on your point of view, this "laboratory-of-the-states" business is good news today... or not.
Rush to Online Higher Ed Only Provides 'Access' to Failure
Co-Founder, Open Book Alliance
Contrary to what some may claim, there is a very real digital divide -- an inequity between those who have regular, reliable access to the internet and digital technologies and those who do not -- that makes basic access to online courses more problematic for some groups.
San Jose State University Report Explains Why School Couldn't Prevent Hazing Incident
By Reuters, Reuters
A review of the incident could lead to the permanent expulsion of the students, San Jose State University spokeswoman Pat
Have College Campuses Become Citadels of Racial Hostility?
The Ongoing Aftermath of the 2016 Election
2013 is not a year that many students of color as well as students of all races and ethnicities who fight for tolerance, acceptance, diversity and inclusion will look back on with undiluted fondness. It has been a very troubling year on several levels:
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San Jose State President Says He 'Failed' Black Student In Hate Crimes Case
By Reuters, Reuters
Three of the African American student's former roommates were charged last week with misdemeanor hate crime and battery. They
Roommates Arrested After Black San Jose State Student Alleges Hate Crimes And Brutal Attacks
"I'm still in shock," the attacked student told the San Jose Mercury News, noting that he never experienced such hostility
San Jose State University Crowns First Black Homecoming King And Queen
California’s oldest university just named its first black homecoming king and queen. While the homecoming judging panel noted
MOOC Mania Meets the Sober Reality of Education
Dr Keith Devlin is a mathematician at Stanford University in P...
What are the benefits for the vast majority of students who, for various reasons, are not able to benefit significantly from taking a MOOC? Indeed, can the technologies on which MOOCs are built offer
benefits to average students?
Instructors Have Little to Fear, and Much to Gain, by Bringing MOOCs Into the Classroom
Critics of MOOCs are probably not wrong when they lament that the courses are going to create multiple types of instructor, but I wonder how much of their objection is driven by ego rather than reason.
Crowdsourcing for Credit
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Learning about democracy through a free online platform from a highly respected university gives me hope for where MOOCs could take us.
Getting an Entrepreneurial Edge for Free -- With MOOCs
COO and Co-Founder, InstaEDU
Whether you are focused on the liberal arts in school and are looking for some real[er] world skills, or are a recent grad thinking of starting your own company, here are some courses that any aspiring entrepreneur should check out.
San Jose State State University Begins MOOC Partnership As California Schools Pushed To Online Education
Ellen N. Junn, provost and vice president for academic affairs at San Jose State, told the New York Times more than 50 percent
Best Professors: RateMyProfessors.com List
The first runner up is Dr. Kimora, who teaches criminal justice at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and goes by one name
Dr. Bob Saturday Best Bet
Nevada is an explosive team that is capable of putting up a lot of points, but this line is simply too high.
Racial Breakdown of the LARGEST California PUBLIC Colleges
Students are rallying across the country today in protest of rising tuition fees and increasing budget cuts in public colleges
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