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By Emily Boudreau 04/15/2019 10:50 AM EDT
Mandy Stein
By improving children's access to education in Tanzania, master's candidate Mandy Stein's nonprofit is supporting the growth of a community.
By 02/13/2019 4:04 PM EST
Cambodian School by Andy de Barros
Continuing research in Cambodia explores whether benefits from scholarships extend into adulthood.
By Jill Anderson 02/13/2019 1:41 PM EST
Anthony Jack
Assistant Professor Tony Jack on the consequences of conflating access and inclusion — and the barriers that low-income students face when they get to college
By Nancy E. Hill 01/22/2019 8:59 AM EST
Illustration by Laurent Cilluffo
How Boston’s bold attempt to increase equity and reduce student travel time by giving families smarter options didn’t quite work — but could.
By Meg Campbell 01/15/2019 4:43 PM EST
School Bus
Meg Campbell, C.A.S.'97, was a member of the Boston School Committee when the revamped assignment policy was put in place. She shares some of the committee's thinking, and her hopes, at the time.
By Jill Anderson 12/13/2018 11:00 AM EST
Stanley Andrisse
Stanley Andrisse, director of From Prison Cell to Ph.D., discusses the school-to-prison pipeline and how higher education can transform the lives of formerly incarcerated people.
By Leah Shafer 03/24/2016 4:42 PM EDT
Quality for Some, or Access for All?
New case studies on refugee education shed light on challenging choices.
By Jill Anderson 03/03/2016 3:23 PM EST
Tony Jack
New faculty appointee Anthony Jack, a sociologist whose research looks at the stories of low-income, first-generation undergraduates at renowned universities, tells his own tale.

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