2010 Promising Practices: Equity

Achieving the Dream urges colleges to make a commitment to eliminating achievement gaps while improving outcomes for all students. Institutions examine their policies, practices, and institutional culture with the goal of reducing inequities that create barriers to success. To achieve high rates of success for all students, especially students who traditionally have faced the most significant barriers to achievement, institutions must have a student-centered vision, a culture of evidence and accountability and a commitment to equity and excellence.

Promising Practices in Equity include: Capital Community College's Black & Latino Male Resource Center; Guilford Technical Community College’s SOAR; and Hillsborough’s Black, Brown, and College Bound.

This report is part of our 2010 Promising Practices (full report).

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