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Equity in Education

The following 3 print projects studies focused on equity in higher education. 

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This 60-page book is a “Progress Report” of current student performance outcomes as their compare to city goals, and published by Graduate NYC.
 
It was created for New York City Government & Mayor’s Office (Bill de Blasio, NYC DOE (New York City Department of Education), and CUNY (City University of New York) and published by Graduate NYC.
The Graduate NYC (GNYC) Initiative began in 2010 as an outgrowth of the college readiness and success work that the NYC Department of Education (NYC DOE), the City University of New York (CUNY), and the Mayor ’s Office had been engaged in together for many years. Initially funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as part of its Communities Learning in Partnership portfolio, GNYC works closely with its partners on efforts to increase rates of college readiness and degree completion.

Art Direction: Julie Grantz
Design: Julie Grantz
Illustration: Julie Grantz
Production: Julie Grantz
Printed at Folgers Graphics, in Fremont California.

College-Going and Completion in the Chicago Area

This 48-page publication was created for The Partnership for College Completion in Chicago, Illinois, as the foundation for a lecture series In this report, to provide a regional view of college enrollment and completion with an emphasis on disaggregating enrollment and completion along racial, socioeconomic, and academic preparation lines.

Unequal Opportunity in Illinois

This 24-page publication was created for The Partnership for College Completion in Chicago, Illinois, as the foundation of a lecture series to discuss what recent literature and data indicates about college affordability and accessibility in Illinois and to draw attention to how low-income, first generation, and students of color fare in our higher education system.