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State Support for Public Colleges, 2002-21

The Chronicle of Higher Education

By Brian O’Leary and Nick Perez Explore how state and federal support has declined as a share of overall revenue — putting a greater burden on students — at more than 1,500 public colleges and universities between 2002 and 2021.

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Student Athlete Suicide Rates Have Doubled Since 2002

Inside Higher Ed

College athlete suicide rates have doubled over the past two decades, according to a new study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

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College Closures Are in the News. But Higher Ed Added Thousands of Programs Over the Past 2 Decades.

The Chronicle of Higher Education

By Brian O’Leary and Audrey Williams June Randy Lyhus for The Chroncile Here is a closer look at how nearly 23,000 new academic programs were added from 2002 to 2022. College closures make headlines, but nearly 23,000 new academic programs have been added over the past two decades.

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How many international students are there in the UK?

The PIE News

Indian and Nigerian students represented the biggest increase in study-related visa applications between December 2018 and December 2002, the data shows. Indian nationality surged from 13,100 to 142,200 within that time, while Nigerian nationality increased from 4,300 to 89,800. The post How many international students are there in the UK?

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Fry to Become Temple’s 15th President

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

He previously served as president of Franklin and Marshall College from 2002– 2010, and as executive vice president at the University of Pennsylvania. Fry has served as president of Drexel University since 2010. A graduate of Lafayette College, he holds an MBA from the New York University Stern School of Business.

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Culturally Responsive Teaching Strategies: Enhancing Learning Across Diverse Courses 

Faculty Focus

These differences in learning are related to a student’s cultural background, family structure, social and economic status, communication and language, and social identity (Gay, 2002). Therefore, learning becomes more meaningful, beneficial, and engaging (Gay, 2000, 2002). For example, many cultures celebrate different festivals.

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Culturally Responsive Teaching Strategies: Enhancing Learning Across Diverse Courses 

Faculty Focus

These differences in learning are related to a student’s cultural background, family structure, social and economic status, communication and language, and social identity (Gay, 2002). Therefore, learning becomes more meaningful, beneficial, and engaging (Gay, 2000, 2002). For example, many cultures celebrate different festivals.