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A Framework to Address Racial Equity in Postsecondary State Policy and Practice
(Lumina Foundation, 2020-05-26)
To support state efforts to close postsecondary attainment equity gaps for students of color, RFA has developed a framework that describes three drivers behind efforts to place racial equity at the center of postsecondary ...
The Role of Institutions in Advancing Racial Equity in Postsecondary Attainment
(Lumina Foundation, 2020-05-27)
This report focuses on how postsecondary institutions engaged with Talent, Innovation, and Equity (TIE). Specifically, the report describes how policymakers from Tennessee and Colorado’s state higher education agencies ...
Lumina’s Commitment to Educational Quality
(Lumina Foundation, 2020-01-01)
The country’s structures for assuring the quality of college degrees and other credentials awarded after high school no longer meet the needs of today’s students, society, or the economy. Policies and practices must be ...
Coalition-Building Efforts and a Race-Conscious Postsecondary Agenda: Lessons from TIE States
(Lumina Foundation, 2020-05-22)
This report is based on research examining the implementation of the Talent, Innovation, and Equity (TIE) in Tennessee and Colorado conducted from date to date. The third in a series of reports, RFA’s analysis draws from ...
Federal Policy Priorities
(Lumina Foundation, 2019-03-05)
Federal policy should create a system that embraces students of color, adults, students from low-income households, and students who are the first in their families to attend college. To achieve this vision, federal policy ...
Redefining College Affordability: Securing America’s Future with a Free Two Year College Option
(Lumina Foundation, 2014-04-01)
For almost fifty years, the federal government has tried to make the American Dream universally accessible by using need-based financial aid to lower the price of attending college. Talented students are forgoing college ...