Issue 21: Equity Implications for Higher Education Policy
Insights & Outlooks
The Tradition of Student Activism Influencing Higher Education Policy
I recently visited a student activism class full of masters-level students studying higher education administration where I spoke about…
Equity Implications for Higher Education Policy
As an immigrant to this great nation and a citizen by choice, I am reminded of those last six…
As a first-generation college graduate employed by an organization that promotes equity in higher education policies and practices, I…
Today, even though the U.S. population is becoming increasingly diverse, Black and Latino adults are less likely to hold a college degree than White adults did in 1990, and are underrepresented at public colleges and universities in nearly every state. Meanwhile, two-thirds of U.S. jobs require education beyond high school as the price of college climbs higher and higher."