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Does My Teacher Like Me? A Student-Centered Exploration of Student-Teacher Relationships and the Impact of Belonging, Race, and Ethnicity.
Student discourse for a sense of belonging or care within positive, effective student-teacher relationships involves the concept of "like" or "being liked" by teachers. There has been considerable literature on a sense of ...
Beyond Access: Exploring the Experiences of First-Generation Students of Color Participating in a Comprehensive College Completion Program
This quality improvement study was designed to explore the experiences of first-generation college students of color who participate in All-In Milwaukee’s comprehensive college completion and career placement program. The ...
Clarifying Objectives in a Digital Community: Transforming Professional School Applications
Texas Health Education Service, TXHES, helps students matriculate and graduate from Texas's medical, dental, and veterinary schools. Specifically, TXHES provides professional school application support to prospective, ...
Engaging Interfaith Diversity in Corporate America: IFYC as a Pathway for Multiple Identities in the Workforce
While attention to inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility in corporate America has increased, religious diversity or interfaith engagement remains underrepresented in overall diversity approaches in the workforce. ...
The Diversity Imperative: Insights on Racial and Ethnic Diversity from the ATS Cultivating Educational Capacity (CEC) Initiative and Resources for Member Schools
ATS shapes the industry of theological education, and this quality improvement project engaged with two values that ATS and its schools hope to embody: diversity and justice. Porter studied the Cultivating Educational ...