Monday, November 7, 2016

University of Michigan Launches $85 Million Diversity Plan

Black student enrollment at Michigan universities has fallen since the state enacted a ban on affirmative action in 2006. The law has forced college administrators to seek other, sometimes less effective, means of boosting campus diversity and inclusion, even though studies show the ban has had a chilling effect on such efforts.

The University of Michigan has persevered, however, recently announcing its $85 million, five-year plan for creating a more equitable and diverse institution.

Read the article here.

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