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Meet Georgetown Law’s first chief diversity officer

Anjali Bindra Patel shares how Georgetown Law is “building the culture we want with each inclusive step and each inclusive action.”

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January 27, 2023
Disparities in academic preparation during K-12 key force in college enrollment gaps

More first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented minority students are applying to college, but uneven K-12 academic preparation remains a barrier to their enrollment in postsecondary institutions.

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January 27, 2023
Reducing barriers to higher education for Afghan women, refugee students

In response to the humanitarian crises limiting educational access in Afghanistan and Ukraine, U.S. educators are working to help refugee students pursue their college degree.

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January 27, 2023
Colleges staff up to address basic needs insecurity

Hoping to increase the visibility and impact of resources available to students experiencing hunger, housing insecurity, or other hurdles, colleges are establishing director-level positions dedicated to meeting basic needs.

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January 20, 2023
How ‘spaces of belonging’ can help first-gen students thrive

First-generation college students benefit significantly when institutions provide a dedicated campus center that supports their full participation in the college experience and signals their importance to the campus community.

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January 20, 2023
Making dual credit programs accessible, equitable for underserved communities

As the popularity of dual credit courses rises, experts say these programs are largely excluding the students who need them the most.

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January 20, 2023
HBCUs seek innovative ways to address housing insecurity

With enrollment on the rise at some historically Black colleges and universities, schools are thinking outside the box—and even using shipping containers—to provide housing accommodations.

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