HBCU Review: All 106 HBCUs Need Government Assistance

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“All 106 HBCUs Need Assistance” Says Director of the White House Initiative on HBCUs

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Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Dr. George Cooper, the director of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, addressed all 106 HBCUs at Howard University on Tuesday regarding the schools’ financial issues. “We can’t manage their [HBCUs] budgets, but I think the supplemental funds that are provided by federal agencies will help them,” Cooper said.

 

(Photo: Howard.edu)

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