Praise for Book:
Pathways to Reform: Credits and Conflict at The City University of New York

A riveting account.” — Eugene M. Tobin, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The narrative flow of a novel.” — Elizabeth Nunez, Hunter College, CUNY

Interesting and engaging.” — Thomas Bailey, Teachers College, Columbia University

Scrupulously fair....an important book.” — Paul Attewell, Graduate Center, CUNY

Well documented and exceptionally well written....there is no other book like this one.” — William G. Bowen, Ithaka and Princeton University

Meticulous research… sending a message that hard work and acting without fear is a winning strategy.. ” — Matthew Goldstein, CUNY


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    Opinion piece published in Inside Higher Ed, using traditional remediation and transfer as examples: https://www.insidehighered.com/views/2021/08/05/how-remediation-and-transfer-policies-increase-structural-racism-higher-ed-opinionRead More
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    Please see Transfer Opportunity Project’s (TOP’s) brief on two leakage points in the vertical (associate’s to bachelor’s) transfer pipeline: lack of application & transfer melt (accepted but do not enroll). https://bit.ly/3yl7JNW http://bit.ly/30mwM3i  pic.twitter.com/jCoOKIEgGMRead More

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