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Five new MCISA officers proudly took the oath to serve for the session 2015-2016.
Dr. Mizell writes on the role of State and Non–Profit Organizations in the Education of Disadvantaged Students.
Dr. Mizell has posted two new papers in the publications section. One is on a more effective way to fight poverty, and the other advocates liberalization of the Philippine educational system.
Minority Care International Students Association (MCISA) hosted the Presidential Debate for candidates running for the 2015-16 academic year.
Dr. Aland Mizell writes on Freedom of the Press.
MCI conducts a team-building activity.
MCI partnered with Thompson Christian School to convene a conference on Enhancing Quality of K-12 Education System by International Linkages.