The Project on Fair Representation seeks plaintiffs for potential lawsuits against admissions policies at Harvard and the Universities of North Carolina and Wisconsin.
At a conference this week, the officials heard a summons to educate faculty members and others on the realities of higher-education financing.
If higher education does not broaden its scope, we will continue to exclude many students whose stories are not well represented by traditional academic measurement.
In the first of a three-part series, a professor looks at the use of ‘Reacting to the Past’ simulation games in the classroom.
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Officials at both public and private colleges are "very concerned" about enrolling enough students.
Many students attend colleges above or below their ability level. Family income drives some decisions, the researchers say, but other factors play a role.
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