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- Officials at odds over Kansas school testing gaps Updated: Feb-08-14 1:37 pm
- Miss. desegregation case before appeals court Updated: Feb-08-14 10:31 am
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MINNEAPOLIS - The University of Minnesota will redouble its efforts to recruit students of color and ensure student safety, university President Eric Kaler said Thursday.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is set to unveil a plan aimed at electing "75 diverse candidates" and 150 women to office across the country as Republicans.
ROME, New York - State investigators have reached a settlement in a discrimination case against a central New York nursing home that posted an order reading "No Colored Nurses" in a unit to accommodate a racist white patient.
INDIANAPOLIS - A private Indianapolis school apologized Thursday for a lunch menu toasting Black History Month that featured fried chicken, collard greens and a soul food bar, calling it "an offensive and misguided" attempt by the school's food vendor to honor the month.
Star Tribune of Minneapolis, Feb. 24
ANN ARBOR, Michigan - Hundreds of University of Michigan students participated in an all-night protest over what they call low minority enrollment and inclusion.
HATTIESBURG, Mississippi - The Hattiesburg City Council has passed a resolution that would spell out the city's official stance when it comes to discrimination and diversity.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Achievement gaps among Rhode Island's black, Hispanic and white students have remained unchanged over the past five years, with each group improving in math and reading by four points, education officials announced Thursday.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - Black alumni of the University of South Carolina are scheduled to meet for the 50th anniversary of the school's desegregation.
NEW YORK - Diversity on the runway is only part of the race problem in fashion, said Tracy Reese. There's plenty to be done behind the scenes as well, she said.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Education policy experts differ over the causes of achievement gaps among Kansas public school students and whether the state is putting the right focus on how to boost scores.
JACKSON, Mississippi - he federal government's long-running desegregation fight with the Cleveland, Mississippi school system has made its way to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.