How universities can boost diversity, student success

05/22/2013 | Diverse: Issues In Higher Education

Faculty must find ways to help students succeed, so colleges and universities can produce a diverse population of graduates, according to a new report from the New America Foundation. The report recommends administrative commitment to expanding access to under-served students and improving student support and retention. "If we do our job right, they all will graduate," said Georgia State University President Mark Becker, who spoke at a recent forum on the issue.

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