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Black high school students in Wisconsin experience the largest achievement gap in the nation, and their Hispanic classmates are almost as far behind. Four colleges are looking for solutions.
Milwaukee Area Technical College has become majority-minority over the last few years even as its hometown has some of the highest incarceration rates for Black men and the widest income gaps.
Moon Shot for Equity will change the way math is taught and the way students are advised, among other student success work at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
Moon Shot for Equity member Carthage College shifted its existing anti-racism initiatives into high gear this summer after the killing of George Floyd.
University of Puget Sound President Isiaah Crawford expects Biden-Harris administration to focus on access and affordability in higher education.
Dr. Eli Jones of Texas A&M's Mays Business School and colleagues at The PhD Project are identifying and encouraging leaders of color to make a long-term impact through education.
"A strong majority" of college students supported Joe Biden in the election but less than half think the president-elect can unify the country, a survey found.
Students have increasing confidence their college will protect them from COVID but are beginning to worry about career preparation.
A new report confirms what many K-12 and college educators have been saying in recent years: Soft skills are critically important to employers across the workforce.
With distribution expected to begin before the end of 2020, college philosophy departments can guide public health officials in deciding who gets the vaccine first.
Cost of tuition, safety protocols and the types of learning offered by higher ed institutions are affecting decisions made during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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