Report: Growing number of women are becoming college presidents

03/20/2013 | Diverse: Issues In Higher Education

There are more female presidents at higher-education institutions than ever before, but they are still the minority, according to a report from the American Council on Education. The report reveals that 26% of institutions had female presidents in 2011, up from 21% in 2001. In addition, more opportunities to diversify the presidency are expected as many current leaders prepare to retire in the coming years, the report's authors noted.

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