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Report: Predictive Models May Have Bias Against Black and Hispanic Learners

A recent study from the American Educational Research Association’s journal finds predictive models can perpetuate social disparities and assume worse outcomes of some racial and ethnic groups.

Study: Women, People of Color Underrepresented in Top Jobs

Women and people of color are underrepresented in higher education’s best-paying jobs, a new study from the College and University...
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Columbia’s President Denounced Her Before Congress. Firing Could Be Next.

Law professor Katherine Franke has long been outspoken in her support of Palestinians. Now, after House Republicans and her university president called her out in an antisemitism hearing, she faces potential termination.

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Listen: Celebrating Black Student Success and Achievement

In the latest Voices of Student Success episode, learn more about Sacramento State’s establishment of a Black Honors College and a statewide bill to recognize California institutions that help Black students achieve.

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The Dangers of Distractions in Post–Affirmative Action Admissions

Shaun Harper and Julie Posselt write that many other issues have competed for attention in the year since the Supreme Court struck down race-conscious admissions.

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Law School Accreditor Rewriting Diversity and Inclusion Standard

A group of Republican attorneys general says the revised standard would violate the Supreme Court’s ban on race-conscious admissions. Critics say the AGs are “willfully misinterpreting the law.”


More Than Whiteness

What it means to be Irish in America.

USC Postdoctoral Scholars Unionize

University of Southern California postdoctoral scholars have “resoundingly” voted to unionize, the new union announced Monday. The vote, held Thursday...