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    A Framework for Equity in Illinois


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https://hechingerreport.org/black-college-students-in-illinois-get-the-short-end-of-the-financial-stick/ OCT 25, 2019​​DELECE SMITH-BARROW - The Hechinger Report​ Illinois is spending more on higher ed overall but less on financial aid, as pension plans gobble funding by DELECE SMITH-BARROW October 25, 2019 Editor's note: This story led off th...
October 24, 2019 KYLE WESTBROOK - Crain's Chicago Business Lurking beneath the good news on annual gains in college-going rates for black and Latinx students from Chicago is a literal black hole that likely will be the place where college and career aspirations go to die: developmental or remedial education. Every year in Illinois, tens of thousand...
What is your role at the Saint Xavier University? I serve as an Academic Resource Advisor and Rebound Program Coordinator at Saint Xavier University. How did your college/university support your success in earning your degree(s)?Although my parents have some college/ trade school under their belt, I really had to figure out the college th...
https://abc7chicago.com/education/suburban-parents-reportedly-giving-up-custody-of-kids-to-get-financial-aid/5430078/ JUL 31, 2019​​Sarah Schulte​​ - ABC 7 Chicago; KGO-TV​ CHICAGO -- Wealthy suburban parents in the Chicago area are using a legal loophole in order to get their children more need-based financial aid, according to a report by Pr...
https://chicagocrusader.com/suburban-parents-reportedly-giving-up-custody-of-kids-to-get-need-based-financial-aid/ JUL 31, 2019​​Sarah Schulte​​ - ABC 7 Chicago as appears in Chicago Crusader​ Wealthy suburban parents in the Chicago area are using a legal loophole in order to get their children more need-based financial aid, according to a rep...
https://abc7chicago.com/education/suburban-parents-reportedly-giving-up-custody-of-kids-to-get-financial-aid/5430078/ JUL 30, 2019​​Sarah Schulte​​ - ABC 7 Chicago; WLS-TV​Wealthy suburban parents in the Chicago area are using a legal loophole in order to get their children more need-based financial aid, according to a report by ProPublica Ill...
https://chicagocitywire.com/stories/512777979-chicago-metropolitan-agency-for-planning-economic-development-committees-met-march-25# JUL 22, 2019​Kristine Gonzales-Abella​ - Chicago City Wire​None of the Chicago-area four-year public universities, as of 2016, has been able to graduate more than half of their Black and Latinx students. The Partnersh...
https://diverseeducation.com/article/150055/ JUL 18, 2019​Sara Weissman​ - Diverse: Issues In Higher Education​None of the Chicago-area four-year public universities, as of 2016, has been able to graduate more than half of their Black and Latinx students. The Partnership for College Completion shared this and other findings in a report released Thu...
http://www.lawndalenews.com/2019/07/access-and-affordability-limiting-equitable-college-enrollment-achievement-in-chicago-region/ JUL 18, 2019​Ashmar Mandou - Lawndale News​​ College enrollment and completion in the Chicago area is being limited by access and cost issues tied to race, family wealth and income, and the availability of financial...
https://www.northernpublicradio.org/post/report-highlights-higher-ed-inequity-chicagoland JUL 17, 2019​PETER MEDLIN - WNIU News​Even with Chicagoland students in the same income range, white students have a much greater chance of getting a degree than students of color. That's according to a ​new report from the non-profit Partnership for College C...
​NSC has updated the data intake file process for the Postsecondary Data Partnership and has asked us to make sure all our institutions are aware. Some of the most consistent feedback NSC has received from the pilot institutions regarding the submission process is that the method in which Terms are defined in the questionnaire and then referenced i...
Friday, 07 June 2019 What is your role at the College of Lake County?I have served as the Assistant Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Planning, & Research at CLC since 2012. As CLC works to centralize and institutionalize our student success work, I will be serving as the Assistant Director of Student Success Strategy and leading a newly...

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