7 Signs You’ve Written a Strong Pitch (And What To Do With It Next)
There are as many ways to pitch a story as there are reporters to pitch it to, but here are some general tips on what a good pitch includes.
Is Your Communications Plan Pandemic Proof?
Colleges and universities are bracing for significant disruptions to their day-to-day operations because of COVID-19 or Coronavirus. (Read more: Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal)
Fighting Income Segregation in Higher Ed
A new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests that elite colleges should introduce a "bump" of 100 points to lower-income applications on their SAT/ACT scores if they wish to reduce the gap in economic diversity on campus. In this paper, Raj Chetty and other researchers from Brown, UC-Berkeley and the Federal Reserve Board suggest that by making this change it could substancially reduce segretation adn increase intergenerational mobility.
Full Report: NBER
Do Faculty Feel Respected at Work?
Issues Brief: Coronavirus declared a public health emergency
EVP Maggy Ralbovsky Featured in Inside Higher Ed
Should Pell Dollars Be Used for Short-Term Programs?
A new report from The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS) has been released detailing mixed outcomes on the effectiveness of short-term education programs.
Is Debt Keeping Minority Students from Pursuing the Education Profession?
A report by the Center for American Progress found that Black and Latinx educators are more likely to borrow federal student loans than White educators, resulting in higher debt coupled with more difficulty paying off the loans.
Report Shows High School Students Need More Financial Aid Literacy
A recent report from the ACT Center for Equity in Learning shows that high school students aren’t scoring well when it comes to knowledge of financial aid for college.
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