Posts tagged: Education Trust - Diverse


New Guidelines Aim to Break Down Racial and Gender Disparities in Education for Young Girls of Color

by | August 26, 2020 The Education Trust and the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) released a guide recommending Read more

Segregation Forever? Research Finds Black, Latinx Students Still Excluded From Selective Public Institutions

by Pearl Stewart | July 31, 2020
As communities and institutions seek solutions to the nation’s racial inequities in the after [...] Read more

Policy Brief Reveals Inequity in New York’s Diploma Pathways to College

by | April 15, 2020
While analyzing New York's high school education system, a new policy brief found disparities i [...] Read more

Students Can’t Afford to Work Their Way Through College, Report Finds

by | December 17, 2019
The idea that a college student can work their way through school at minimum wage is a myth, ac [...] Read more

Bipartisan Act That Would Restore Pell Grant Eligibility to Students Behind Bars Receives Widespread Praise

by | April 9, 2019
Following the introduction of the Restoring Education and Learning (REAL) Act, which would rest [...] Read more

State of the Union Address Omitted Key Concerns in Education, Experts Note

by | January 31, 2018
President Donald J. Trump delivered his first State of the Union address since taking office, c [...] Read more

Higher Ed Advocates Urge Democrats to Beef Up Pell Grants

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 2, 2016
When Congress moves to reauthorize the Higher Education Act—something it should have done yea [...] Read more