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U of R Releases Final Report from School’s Commission on Race and Diversity

By Staff   The University of Rochester has released the school’s final diversity report from its Commission on Race and...

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RIT Receives $18 Million in State Funds for New AM Print Center

By Staff   The Rochester Institute of Technology has received a grant from Empire State Development, worth up to $9.2 million in state...

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MCC’s New “Single Stop” Program Offers Students Additional Resources

By Staff   Monroe Community College has launched “Single Stop at MCC” on the school’s Damon City campus this...

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ROC the Future Report: 90 Percent of Four-Year Olds Enrolled in Pre-K; Rate of Absent Students Falls

By Staff   ROC The Future, a community-wide alliance of organizations designed to improve academic achievement for Rochester’s...

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Child Care Council to Sponsor Fire Safety Workshop for Child Educators

By Staff   BIC Corp., Fireproof Children, and the Child Care Council will present a free “play safe! be safe!” fire safety...

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Howard University Announces the Cathy Hughes School of Communications

(TriceEdneyWire.com) – Howard University president, Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick, today announced a multi-million dollar gift to its...

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Update: SUNY Brockport Contacts FBI to Help Investigate Racist Message Found in Dorm

By Staff   (Update, Oct. 14) – SUNY Brockport officials said Friday the school has contacted the FBI to help investigate a...

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Five Firms Pay AG $825,000 for Falsely Claiming to Hire MWBE’s for School Modernization Program

By Staff   Five Rochester-area companies paid New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office $825,000, following...

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Boko Haram Releases 21 Kidnapped Schoolgirls to Nigerian Government

By Staff   Boko Haram militants have released 21 kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls to the Nigerian government, according to reports. The...

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Study: Teachers Are More Likely to Hit Black Students

According to a new study from researchers at the University of Texas at Austin and Penn State, schools in Alabama allow corporal punishment...