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Children in Michigan got an extra boost in overcoming COVID-era learning loss this school year from Grand Valley State University.
Every Greenfield Community College student has access to a mentor. That’s just one aspect of the wraparound services the college offers as its student body becomes more and more diverse.
As the SAT’s influence wanes, colleges and high schools could place more emphasis on students’ performance in AP courses and on AP tests
Eliminating the SATs and ACTs would have a marginal impact on making college access more equitable, one expert says.
SAT essay and subject tests are eliminated as COVID drives more colleges and universities to drop the exams. Will these moves boost equity and access?
Roger Williams University will lead Providence Public School District in developing a community-driven scorecard to measure process toward equity in education.
Equity holds a range of meaning at Holyoke Community College in Massachusetts—it’s about social justice but also financial fairness, President Christina Royal says.
Initiative designed to diversify the teaching profession with more diverse educators adds six minority-serving universities to its K-12 equity mission.
Only a small fraction of graduates have found their college’s alumni networks “very helpful” in launching their professional lives, studies have shown.
A majority of undergraduates say they’re likely to get vaccinated as soon as possible, though students of color are likely to be skeptical of vaccine safety.
COVID’s disruptions will produce some long-lasting innovations in one lofty corner of higher education: graduate-level STEM programs.
Mental health concerns are 75% more common among remote or hybrid students but few are seeking help from their colleges or universities.
Students at some colleges and universities have access to free delivery of food, cleaning supplies, N95 masks, COVID test kids and other essential daily items.
Families who live in lower-income Houston neighborhoods where healthcare is scarce are getting expanded access through the University of Houston College of Medicine’s new community health initiative.
Faculty who teach introductory-level courses are increasingly concerned about equity and student success with shifts to online and hybrid instruction likely to become permanent post-COVID.
Diné College in rural Arizona bucks enrollment disruptions that are hitting particularly hard at institutions that serve more minorities and lower-income families.
A University of Tennessee Health Science Center research helps make vaccine development safer while medical students begin vaccinating priority groups around the state.
During the first week of the year, 94 UC San Diego students tested positive for COVID but that number shrunk to five last week, pushing the campus positivity rate back to the university’s pre-break level of under 1%.
Biden directs Office of Civil Rights to study COVID’s disparate impacts on college students, including those attending historically black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions.
Boosting middle school computer science curriculum anchors a multi-stage strategy developed at Le Moyne College to help revitalize the economy in Syracuse, New York.
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