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Unlocking the Nation’s Potential

A Model to Advance Quality and Equity in Education Beyond High School

Posted: Sept. 10, 2019
Author(s): Debra Humphreys, Paul Gaston
Organization(s): Lumina Foundation, Quality Credentials Task Force

For decades, persistent inequities and structural misalignments in educational systems and institutions have caused students of color to earn credentials at rates far lower than that of white students. Even when individuals earn credentials, assessment studies and employer surveys show that many graduates lack the knowledge and skills they need to succeed. This report explores new ways to address those inequities and assure the quality of a college education and other forms of learning beyond high school.


Related:
Lumina Report Targets Credential Quality Assurance | Inside Indiana Business | Sep. 19, 2019
Lumina Creates Task Force to Address Inequity Issues at Post-Secondary Institutions | Diverse Issues in Higher Education | Sep. 10, 2019
Data-Driven Accountability | Inside Higher Ed | Sep. 10, 2019

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