Education Articles — Higher Education

THE STATE OF EDUCATIONAL EQUITY (2018)

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THE STATE OF EDUCATIONAL EQUITY (2018)
Today, more students in the United States are graduating high school than ever before. More are going onto — and completing — college. This progress is the result of the hard work of students and...

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Black Colleges Have to Pay More for Loans Than Other Schools (2018)

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Black Colleges Have to Pay More for Loans Than Other Schools (2018)
HBCUs, half of which are public, draw a lion’s share of their revenue from state and federal funding. And as states tighten their belts on higher-education spending, these institutions are...

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Queer and of Color: A Systematic Literature Review on Queer Students of Color in Higher Education Scholarship (2018)

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Queer and of Color: A Systematic Literature Review on Queer Students of Color in Higher Education Scholarship (2018)
For many QPOC individuals, coming out is a process that people undergo selectively, not being as public with their sexuality compared with their White queer peers. Patton’s (2011) study on African American gay and bisexual college men revealed that...

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Facts about race and college admission (2018)

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Facts about race and college admission (2018)

The Justice and Education departments jointly announced this week that they had rescinded guidelines encouraging colleges to racially diversify their campuses. The guidelines are nonbinding but...

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The State of Higher Education Equity (2018)

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The State of Higher Education Equity (2018)
And too many policymakers and state leaders are letting them get away with it, failing to make decisions that would increase college access and completion, particularly for historically underserved groups of students. 

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