5 edition of Are Black colleges needed? found in the catalog.
Are Black colleges needed?
Gerald Anthony Foster
Includes bibliographical references (p. 61-62).
|Statement||by Gerald A. Foster.|
|LC Classifications||LC2781 .F67 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 62 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||96220417|
From the start, black colleges depended upon white philanthropy and later state government for financial support. They enjoyed a pure monopoly on African-American students and faculty members. And almost single-handedly, they created the nation’s black middle class, comprising teachers, doctors, lawyers, engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs. More than American institutions are classified by the government as historically black colleges and universities through a formal program intended “to overcome the effects of discriminatory treatment and to strengthen and expand the capacity of historically black colleges and universities to provide quality education.”. This week The Choice has asked two .
Read this book on Questia. If Black colleges and universities wish to survive in the competitive and economically stressed education environment of the 21st century, they would do well to respond to some of the pressures for reform that the general school structures are undergoing, in particular population diversification. The status of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) is among the most pressing issue-related challenges of educational equity, diversity, and access in American higher education. How HBCUs are positioned financially, politically, and intellectually continues to evoke criticism and support.
In this ranking, we strive to help students considering a bachelor’s degree from historically black colleges and universities. With so many programs, options, and schools available, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and confused, particularly if a student does not have a specific career path in mind. Rising from a historic environment of legal segregation, [ ]. New initiatives with Black colleges and universities by the U.S. Agency for International Development / M. Peter McPherson --Black colleges are crucial to American democracy / Walter F. Mondale --Black colleges must help America redefine integration / Joseph Lowery --Team involvement needed for a successful Federal grant-writing effort.
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Since the. White papers were not publishing news about Black people and Black institutions in a positive way.” Now, as the federal government cuts education funding to colleges and universities and threatens to double the interest rates on student loans, Black college presidents are again turning to the Black Press for support.They are needed.
For all of the above mentioned reasons. These schools have been the top producers of talented blacks in a variety of professions. This should not be overlooked.
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