Getting in and Staying in: Challenging the College Completion Gap

The CUNY Institute for Education Policy at Roosevelt House & The City University of New York Presents Getting in and Staying in: Challenging the College Completion Gap Purpose: This two-day conference will examine the college preparation and completion rates of public school students in public colleges and universities, with specific attention to deeply troubling inequities between different…

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Director's Welcome

Director’s Welcome

To our visitors, I want to welcome you to the City University of New York’s Institute for Education Policy. The Institute is the city’s first university-based policy analysis and research institute explicitly focused on the challenges we face in our PK-20 education system. The CUNY Institute, which is appropriately housed at Roosevelt House (the historic home…

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