“Put another way, college sports at elite schools are a quiet sort of affirmative action for affluent white kids, and play a big role in keeping these institutions so stubbornly white and affluent.”
What Factors Hold Back the Careers of Women and Faculty of Color? Columbia U. Went Looking for Answers – The Chronicle of Higher Education
The university has released detailed data on how salary, workload, work-life balance, and climate issues affect scholars’ experience on campus.
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An Arizona law banning ethnic studies violated students’ constitutional rights, a federal judge said Tuesday.
A First-Generation Student’s Survival Strategy: Work More, Sleep Less – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Now a tenure-track professor, David Hernández found the road to his education littered with roadblocks. Colleges could ease the journey for the working poor.
Activists fear that the controversial measure, which was a response to the so-called sanctuary movement, will result in racial profiling.