Who can change a child’s destiny?

Being raised in the U.S. is not always a happy beginning or ending for many children. Some children are faced with life’s challenges such as [&hellip

The 99th Annual Meeting of American Council on Education

Recently, the American Council on Education (ACE) held its 99th Annual Meeting. The meeting plenaries and sessions were attended by higher education leaders throughout the [&hellip

Career Sabotaging in the Workplace

Workplace bullying is abusive conduct that is sabotaging and interferes with an employee’s work or prevents the employee from getting his or her work done. [&hellip

New Book to Address Workplace Bullying

According to Workplace Bullying Institute, 65.6 million working Americans experienced or witnessed abusive conduct during the workday. Depending on the bullying situation, some psychological effects [&hellip

Condoleezza Rice Challenges High Point University’s Class of 2016

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Unwavering optimism.

For Dr. Condoleezza Rice, that’s been the foundation of her family’s legacy. It’s an obligation for those who’ve had the opportunity [&hellip

Is it time to integrate texting in the college environment?

In today’s technology age, it is possible to call a person by telephone and never reach the person but receive an immediate response if you [&hellip

What are some of the challenges in Community Colleges?

Just like other educational institutions, community colleges are faced with a plethora challenges. At the 96th Annual Convention of the American Association of Community Colleges, [&hellip

How can higher education advance effective teaching practices?

With the demands for students to be competitive in a global economy, the critical questions to be asked are: How can higher education advance effective [&hellip

How does the Higher Education Community address the “Black Lives Matter” movement?

While the “Black Lives Matter” movement provides another issue plaguing American society, the critical question to be asked is, “How does the Higher Education Community [&hellip

Mentoring Initiative Helps Low-Income Students Stay in College

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Indiana Commission for Higher Education shared recently the first-year results of a college mentoring program developed with the support of USA [&hellip