Kerri Allen

Kerri Allen

wryly observing life & culture

award-winning journalist | new york times institute for journalism fellow | 300+ stories published worldwide in 10+ languages

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Rez article
Diverse

On The Rez

The American Indian College Fund’s campaign brings donors to tribal colleges for first-person peek at what their money can do.

Diverse

Handout or Helping Hand?

College scholarships for undocumented students come under fire as some corporations retract awards.

Tfa article
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A Tale of Two Teaching Experiences

A Tale of Two Teaching Experiences
Is Teach for America a brilliant way to bring Ivy League talent into some of the nation’s neediest classrooms? Or is it just letting them pad their résumés at the e...

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HACU Conference Stirs Debate on Retention, Graduation Among Hispanic Students

Educators, researchers and advocates gathered last week at the Educational Testing Center to set a research agenda for Hispanics in higher education. Nearly 60 people turned out to address the major o...

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The Hispanic-Serving Designation: Asset or Deficit?

There are more than 200 American colleges and universities federally designated as Hispanic-Serving Institutions, but only four mention this classification in their mission statements, says Dr. Victor B. Saenz.