Monday, March 12, 2012

Survey Finds a Drop in Minority Presidents Leading Colleges

The Chronicle of Higher Education
March 12, 2012

By Jack Stripling

Meet the new boss.

Same as the old boss.

In a troublingly stagnant portrait, the latest national survey of college presidents finds a profession dominated by white men who have hardly changed in more than a quarter century. They're just older.

Today's typical college leader is a married white male with a doctorate in education. He is 61 years old, up from 60 years old in 2006, according to the American Council on Education's latest survey, "The American College President 2012."

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