San Jose State University
By Carolyn Jones Bob Capriles, a math and engineering teacher at Fremont High in Sunnyvale, gave up a good salary and solid
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.
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.
Wanda Ginner, a board member on the university’s philanthropic Towers Foundation, and Rebecca Dukes, vice president for university
The groups learned of the incident through one of Velasquez’s professors, after a Latina administrator present at the meeting
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?
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.
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.
The report notes that the school waited until Nov. 21 - five weeks after the incidents came to light - to suspect the students
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: