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State investments and higher education policies play a critical role in creating equity in both access and completion. These levers are driven by leadership, and to make a real difference we must have the right leadership. Increasing success for students of color requires a specific leadership style. This leadership style must be transformational. Transformational leadership […]
By Amanda McMahon and Jessica Bonilla College is often referred to as one of the best times in a young person’s life. However, college is often a challenging time, and it is important to consider the pressure facing students today. Course workload, accumulating debt, holding down a job or internship, and pursuing more advanced degrees can all […]
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Every year around this time, the NCAA releases its list of 68 teams that will participate in the March Madness tournament. This year, the tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Unfortunately, this year, fans around the country must forgo the ritual of analyzing team statistics, weighing defensive and offensive strengths or choosing their favorites based on mascots and team colors to build their brackets.News Alert: Analysis: A Different Type of Bracketology — How Teams That Would Have Made the 2020 NCAA Tournament Score in EquityBy Danielle Zaragoza, Elizabeth Salinas and Jessica Collis -
With schools shuttered and kids at home — some even asked to stay indoors — parents must now balance their work responsibilities with the educational needs of their children. But finding a place to start can prove downright daunting.