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California’s demographics shift begs an economic imperative to graduate students of color

Education Dive – Autumn A. Arnett

“Better support means “not just thinking we need to provide all students with the same things, because we know that students from [higher income, often white] communities have access to resources in order to help them navigate those institutions,” he continued.. “We need to think differently about how we provide supports to those students in order to get them to graduation day.” Ed Trust-West’s policy recommendations start with having leaders who are invested in “making transformational change.” At California Polytechnic State University, President Jeffrey D. Armstrong said he and his wife fundraise intentionally to support a scholarship fund to help better support underrepresented students on campus.”(more)

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