Teaching Newsletter: A Conversation at Harvard
Inclusion at the Elites
Elite colleges are enrolling more first-generation and low-income students, and from a greater diversity of ethnic and racial backgrounds, than in the past. But many of these students come from high schools that didn’t necessarily prepare them for the academic rigors ahead. They’re also entering campuses where wealth, privilege, and expectations of success surround many of their peers, making them wonder if they truly belong. How do you help these students fill in the gaps and pursue their ambitions?
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