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An eye-opening presentation sheds new light on elite admissions practices in higher education
“Student loan repayments can be humane and sensitive to people’s financial situation. And the more simple and automatic it is, the more effective it’s going to be.”
“The most favorably aligned institutions are by and large top-tier institutions. So, the argument that’s often made that you can’t have diversity and philanthropy seems to be at least questioned by the data that we collected … It’s possible to be a wealthy institution and have a diverse board at the same time.”
Guidance for educators as generative AI changes the classroom and the world at large
How higher education has reacted to the end of affirmative action and the path forward for equity
"The largest concern is the implication for high school students, especially students of color. This message potentially, if it’s not mediated by a lot of adults and educators, is going to have a disastrous effect on the college-going aspirations of Black and Latinx students. And then ultimately, that will have an impact on our campuses and on our workforce and our citizenry."
Lessons Learned — with Professor Richard Light
Max Tang is helping other community college students navigate the move to a four-year school