Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Ferguson and The Case for Black Male Achievement; Blacks Decliningin Higher Education; See DePaul Men's Basketball

Making Progress; Moving Forward!
Black College Enrollment Declines
See DePaul Men's Basketball
Case for Black Male Achievement
Community Organizing Training

The Black Star Project's website:

Black Star Journal:

Become a Member:

Make a donation:

Like us on Facebook:
Follow us on Twitter:

With the ruling in from Ferguson,
The Case for
Black Male Achievement
is even more important!
Gather your family and friends around the radio on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 27, 2014 on WVON from anywhere in America and Friday, November 28, 2014 on WURD from anywhere in America, to hear The Case for Black Male Achievement. Black Male Achievement may be the best hope for Black America!

For more details, see articles below.
Black Enrollments in Higher Education Continue to Decline

November 17, 2014

department_of_educationA new report from the U.S. Department of Education offers preliminary data on higher education enrollments in the fall of 2013. The report includes data on all students enrolled at Title IV institutions. These are educational entities that are permitted to participate in federal student financial assistance programs.
In 2013, there was a total of 20,847,787 students enrolled in high education. Of these 2,790,255 were Black or African American. Thus, Blacks made up 13.4 percent of all enrollments in higher education.

The same report issued a year ago found that in the fall of 2012 there were 2,864,723 African Americans enrolled in Title IV institutions in the United States. A year earlier, the same report listed 2,966,463 African Americans enrolled in these institutions. Thus in 2013, there were 176,208 fewer African American students enrolled in higher education than was the case in 2011.

In 2013, Blacks were 12.3 percent of all students enrolled in state-operated colleges and universities and 11.2 percent of total enrollments at private, nonprofit institutions. But Blacks made up 25.6 percent of all students enrolled at for-profit institutions of higher education.
Calling All Fathers, Stepfathers, Foster Fathers, Grandfathers, Godfathers, Uncles, Brothers,
Male Caregivers and Black Star Members!
The Black Star Project's
Million Fathers Club
Division One
Men's College Basketball
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
7:00 pm
see the
The DePaul Blue Demons
Lehigh Mountain Hawks

No comments: