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Hispanic Christians launch initiative to bolster minority student achievement

With minority students now making up a majority of public school enrollments, a national group of Hispanic evangelicals is calling for strong ties between churches and schools to encourage better academic results.

Recently Read: United Methodist HBCUs Working to Recruit Minorities in STEM

From PRWEB: United Methodist historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), supported by The United Methodist Church’s Black College Fund, are working to recruit more women and minorities in the academic areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). via United Methodist HBCUs Working to Recruit Minorities in STEM – Press Release – Digital Journal. Click […]

Educated for a life of faith

The 13 United Methodist seminaries together graduate about 330 UM ordination candidates a year, as well as other graduates who plan a career in religious work. Here are capsule stories of a handful of spring 2012 graduates: For the last three years, Adam Love has preached at small UM churches in Chuckey and Limestone, Tenn., […]

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