Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Cost and the Value of Education

Julia Lawrence’s recent article in Education News (“Americans Opinion of Higher Ed System at Record Lows”) suggests we have lost some traction with the public. Concerns over the cost of education have been a longstanding concern (rightfully so) but recently, … Continue reading

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Closing the Gap

Rebell’s recent article in Education Week (Rebell, Michael A. “Racial Equity 50 Years After King’s Speech.”) talks about progress with regard to the “achievement gap” in higher ed.¬†He points out that students of color made some strong academic progress¬†immediately after … Continue reading

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