Posts Tagged ‘ Dowd ’

How Community Colleges Can Keep Sacramento Pols Off Their Backs

May 1, 2013
How Community Colleges Can Keep Sacramento Pols Off Their Backs

ALICIA DOWD, associate professor, Rossier School of Education, and co-director for Center for Urban Education, and ESTELA MARA BENSIMON, professor of education, Rossier, and co-director of CUE.

This op-ed originally appeared at the Huffington Post on April 30.

The recently released California community college system's Student Success Scorecard has rightly drawn praise. The web-based scorecards contain comprehensive information on students' performance at each of the state's 112 community colleges, making details about student outcomes the most easily accessible in...

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Rule Changes That Could Boost Minority College-Going

January 15, 2012
Rule Changes That Could Boost Minority College-Going

LINDA J. WONG, executive director of USC's Center for Urban Education, ESTELA MARA BENSIMON, professor of higher education and co-director of the center, and ALICIA DOWD, associate professor of higher education and co-director of the center:

This article originally appeared in the Sacramento Bee.

"The Obama administration's decision to make it easier to consider race in promoting diversity in our schools comes at a propitious time for California. Race and ethnicity are front and center in the state's...

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