Universities Align to Create More Opportunities for Low-Income Students
Low-income students’ lack of access to elite colleges has become a hot topic in education circles, as more academic leaders cast a critical eye on their lack of diversity. The data is striking: Economically disadvantaged students make up only 3 percent of the population at America’s most selective college. To address what is now universally […]
Can Student Success Efforts Actually Backfire?
You’re working two jobs, caring for a child, and taking classes to get your degree: If you get a warning email from your college about your academic performance, does that ultimately help or hurt? That’s the question being asked as more and more institutions implement systems that automatically email students about low performance. The idea […]