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EAB announced that two new groups of schools have joined the “Moon Shot for Equity,” a national initiative that aims to close equity gaps within regional cohorts of two- and four-year colleges and universities by 2030. All participating institutions will work together and with EAB to help more historically underserved students graduate from college.
Tuskegee University, Harris-Stowe State University, and LeMoyne-Owen College join five other HBCUs already working with EAB and Bank of America to advance student and institutional success
Discover how Bentley University launched the "FirstGen Presidential Fellows" program to support first-generation students from under-represented groups.
Learn more about supporting student-parents in higher education and what steps your institution can take to improve student parent equity in this Q&A with the CEO and founder of Generation Hope, an organization that works with student-parents and their children while nationally advocating for their needs.
Hallmarks of an Anti-Racist Institution: The Behaviors and Actions that Promote Racial Justice in Education for Independent School Leaders
The national conversation about the impact of racism following the murder of George Floyd and others has created an urgency around the need for change.
To fulfill the promise of student success we must eliminate persistent equity gaps at our colleges and universities. Watch the video to hear from Deborah Ford, Chancellor of University of Wisconsin-Parkside about why she made the decision to have her institution participate in closing equity gaps in her region.
More Than a Statement: Learn How Ravenscroft’s Head of School Works with Her Board to Promote an Inclusive Community
To learn about how one head of school employed a proactive approach to engaging her Board of Trustees in the school’s efforts to promote a sense of community belonging, EAB sat down with the head of Ravenscroft School.
Learn about each of the seven hallmarks of an anti-racist institution through the lives of four BIPOC community members in this interactive infographic.
Many underrepresented minority students are inadequately prepared for higher education by high school graduation. This preparedness gap, which is greatly influenced by social inequities and other barriers, creates a pipeline problem for selective colleges and universities to increase underrepresented minority (URM) student enrollment. Due to this pipeline problem there is a shortage of qualified URM candidates for selective institutions.
Financial pressure is the top reason that students leave college. Learn 3 ways technology can help overcome financial barriers to student success.