Congratulations to the Class of 2022! As I walked across the stage with peers I’ve shared (virtual and physical) classrooms with over the last 4 years, I found...read more
Sharing PCC’s analyses of local, state, and federal policies impacting college access and success, insights from higher education leaders on equity-centered plans and practices, and student perspectives about the urgent need for greater college access and affordability to support them realizing their career aspirations.
This month, we recognize and celebrate a number of historical events and policy actions that have shaped this country in the work against oppression and toward freedom, and...read more
In 1972, I was a 10-year-old dreaming of being the next Billie Jean King as I headed off during the summer to my local public park courts to...read more
Illinois has made progress when it comes to the positive impacts made by Dual Credit courses. The term dual credit refers “to high school programs allowing high school...read more
During the May 25 virtual convening of the Commission on Equitable Public University Funding, members continued to discuss matters pertaining to creating an equitable funding model in Illinois....read more
In a video edited by PCC Policy Intern Tomi Kolapo (University of Chicago), PCC’s 2022 Student Advisory Council members Sabi Reza (Northeastern Illinois University), Ethan Chiu (Loyola University),...read more