Diversity And Diversity In College

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The federal government invest in higher education has change over the years. With the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944, commonly known as the G.I. Bill. Provided educational benefits that increase the amount of veterans who enter back into higher education (Stubblefield & Keane, 1994). The cost of higher education has made higher education not accessible to every American. In the United States of America, there is a period of individuals who college degrees who do not have jobs. The graduation rates of all colleges students has increase as students are beginning to ask about career ready degrees. First-generation students should continue to be supported by having colleges and university remove barriers for all students. Lastly, as the …show more content…
Bakke was the case upheld affirmative action policies that allowed race to be one of the several factors of the admissions process. Students who are admitted into the college or university should be afford the same opportunities as their counterparts. Needless to say, many of the changes done by intuitions did not affect the campus culture. As different issues merge on college campus, the inclusive culture is discussed more. College administrators have to understand how marginalized student populations deal with many of the bias that take place on a college campus. Students are now dealing with the face of coming to a new involvement were there are different elements of diversity, which may be a new experience, and trying to navigate the college …show more content…
In 1972, a report from the International Commission of the Development of Education chaired by Edgar Faure, brought this reconceptualization of education policy to a wider world created by science and technology (Stubblefield & Keane, 1994). The term continues to be associated with adult and higher education as it applies to the continuous process of learning. Learning starts in childhood and continues throughout life. When the Lifelong Learning Act amendment to the 1976 Higher Education Act, federal support for adult education secured monies to support efforts of higher education. The culture of higher education started to change as it relates to adult learners. Formally, adults pursed education as a personal interest, but the changing requirements for continuing education had made learning in adult year a matter of public

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