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  • A University of California faculty committee halted a proposal that would have required high school students to take a semester of ethnic studies to qualify for admission to the public university system.
  • Black parents are disproportionately burdened by Parent PLUS borrowing, a new study finds, leading to deeper racial inequities in student loan borrowing and higher education at large.
  • Debt relief has broad public support, but that may not be enough.
  • With Facebook on the decline, some institutions are turning to a third-party app to foster connection among new first-year students. Faculty, administrators and current students are also welcome.

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