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On Inside HigherEd this week, racial and ethnic enrollment gaps and re-imagining HBCUs.

‘U.S. NEWS’ PARTICIPATION DROPS: Fewer presidents are evaluating institutions for a key part of the magazine’s rankings.

DEFAULT RATES UP AGAIN: Percentage of student loan borrowers failing to repay rises by 1.8 points from 2008 to 2009, with the biggest jump among those from for-profit colleges.

SAT SCORES DROP: Racial and ethnic gaps grow, and College Board adds a new benchmark.

WHO SETS E-MAIL RULES? U. of Illinois says it is trying to protect privacy and intellectual property, but two national groups see unreasonable limits on free speech.

‘IMAGINE HBCUS DIFFERENTLY’: New president at historically black Alcorn State sees change on the horizon and is laying an ambitious path to get there.

Emily Glenn

Emily Glenn is the ACUHO-I Corporate Librarian.

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