Here is a timely post from the NY Times. It’s a great post if you ask me
There is a good deal of discussion these days over diversity on college campuses. It’s a buzzword at universities and there isn’t one college information session I have been to that has failed to address this issue, often touting the numbers of first-generation and underrepresented students on campus. Almost every school has a dean of diversity or an office of diversity and inclusion. So the article in today’s New York Times, Colleges Recruit at Richer, Whiter High Schools, raises good questions about why colleges and universities are recruiting in school districts with higher income. We have a long way to go to make our efforts match the facts when it comes to diversifying our college campuses.