The Client and the Problem Bottom Line helps low-income and first-generation students get to and through college. Across four regional sites and in at least as many states, the organization supports over 8,000 students in their pursuit of higher education. Doing personalized advising work at such scale inevitably results in some students who are less…
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Engineered for Inequality: Calls from an Access Conference for Reimagining Higher Education in America
Scholars and practitioners called out higher education’s implicit whiteness at NPEA's 2019 Conference, emphasizing the urgent need for systemic alternatives.