Can $100 million help student-success programs work together, rather than compete?

From The Chronicle of Higher Education: “Six nonprofit groups that help low-income and other disadvantaged students graduate from college will receive a $100-million infusion of funds over the next five years to aid hundreds of colleges in transforming their practices and cultures, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced. … The nonprofits, which the foundation has been collaborating with since 2019, have been particularly effective at recognizing the causes of, and helping shrink, stubborn disparities in achievement among low-income, Black, Latino, and Indigenous students, the foundation said.”

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