Colleges sign on for a 15-step program to “erase equity gaps” in completion

From The Hechinger Report: “At public colleges across the country, white students are two and a half times more likely to graduate than Black students and 60 percent more likely than Latino students, according to federal data on the six-year completion rate for first-time, full-time students. The Moon Shot program is specifically designed to close gaps for Black, Latino, Native American, first generation and other historically underserved students by 2030. … To help, the Moon Shot project offers 15 concrete steps to transform institutions … Colleges can only join the project if they commit to implementing the strategies.”

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