Table of Contents
- 1 Join us in the fight for equity!
- 1.1 Child Hunger and the Coronavirus Pandemic
- 1.2 Thoughts From a Former College Admission Officer in the COVID-19 Era
- 1.3 How College Application Fees Are Barriers to College Access
- 1.4 Graduation Rates Don’t Tell the Full Story: Racial Gaps in College Success Are Larger Than We Think
- 1.5 Profile in Education Equity: Michelle Moreno, Leadership for Educational Equity
- 1.6 A Holistic Approach to Social, Emotional, and Academic Development (SEAD)
- 1.7 From Numbers to Insight: Leveraging ESSA’s School Spending Requirement for Fair Funding
- 1.8 How Affordable Are Public Colleges in Your State?
- 1.9 The Importance of High-Quality Early Childhood Education (ECE) for Black and Latino Children
Equity-Driven • Data-Centered • Student-Focused
Join us in the fight for equity!
by Ed Trust and Hunger Free America
Getting Food to Students From Low-Income Backgrounds During School Closures
by Wil Del Pilar
Amidst increased anxiety over a global pandemic, parents and students alike are frantically adjusting to the new reality of school shutdowns, online learning, …
by Marshall Anthony Jr.
Being one of a few people in my family with a college degree, I am often called on to support family members, friends of the family, and even friends of friend…
by Andrew Howard Nichols and Marshall Anthony Jr.
A different way to examine college student success. Combining student loan default rates with six-year graduation rates would provide a more comprehensive view…
by Ed Trust
As director of partnerships and coaching with Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE), Michelle Moreno supports teachers and former teachers across the country…
by Ivy Morgan
For decades, researchers have used federal data to show that within states, the districts with the most students from low-income backgrounds and the most stude…
by Andrew Howard Nichols, Marshall Anthony Jr., and J. Oliver Schak
For millions of college-going students, one of the most urgent concerns is the rising cost of college and how to pay for it — and not just for tuition but othe…
by Carrie Gillispie
Two recent studies, one about the state-funded Tennessee Voluntary Pre-K program and another from the University of Chicago, have breathed new life into the on…