Posts tagged: The Education Trust - Diverse

Report: Challenges Persist for Latino Students

by | December 20, 2017 A report, titled “A Look at Latino Student Success: Identifying Top- and Bottom-Performing In Read more

Experts: Time for Plan to Aid Underserved Students

by Tiffany Pennamon | October 10, 2017
A report released last month by American College Testing showed that only nine percent of under [...] Read more

Education Champion Out to Conquer Disparity

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | June 28, 2017
After the bitter presidential election of 2016, then-U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King J [...] Read more

Experts: Trump Budget a Crushing Blow to Low-income Students

by A.K. Brunini | May 23, 2017
Higher education experts were reeling amid the release of President Donald Trump’s newly rele [...] Read more

Study: Black Teachers Bolster Black Student Achievement

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 6, 2017
Having at least one Black teacher in the third through fifth grade “significantly reduces” [...] Read more

Expert: 3-pronged Approach Key to Closing Black-White Graduation Gap

by Catherine Morris | March 1, 2017
According to Dr. Andrew H. Nichols, The Education Trust’s director of higher education resear [...] Read more

John King to Succeed Kati Haycock as Education Trust CEO

by David Pluviose | February 2, 2017
The announcement that former U.S. Secretary of Education John King has been named Ed Trust pres [...] Read more

Higher Ed Federal-State Partnerships Urged to Aim Higher

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 28, 2016
The Education Trust amplified the longstanding calls among some in higher education for a great [...] Read more

College Grad Rates Don’t Always Benefit All Students

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | December 2, 2015
Higher graduation rates do not always result in closing the gap between White students and stud [...] Read more