Expanding access is not a priority for top schools – Study

From University World News: “Elite American colleges and universities are not using increases in their large endowments to facilitate access to these schools by the nation’s poorest or students of colour, says a just-released study, a finding that contradicts what these universities and colleges self-reported on questionnaires completed for the National Association of College and University Business Officers. In 2018, elite schools self-reported that they allocated 49% of income from the growth of their endowments to financial aid – when the actual figure is closer to 10%, says a new study by University of California, Santa Cruz economics professor George Bulman.”

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