June 17, 2021 | UCLA Law Review

The impact of the spread of the novel coronavirus in the United States beginning in winter 2020 has simultaneously laid bare vast chasms of inequality in education and created a crisis in which radical reforms have become possible almost overnight. ...

June 1, 2021 | Inside Higher Ed

Everyone has heard that the SAT and ACT correlate with family wealth. Wealthier students generally attend high schools that are focused on the college application process, and many offer special programs for students to stretch their skills. Wealthier students can...

May 10, 2021 | Public Advocates

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges to our education system. It has also created newfound opportunities for change. School districts have received an influx of COVID relief funding from both the state and federal government to address and adapt...

July 15, 2020 | Business Insider

The coronavirus pandemic could upend universities as we know them. While other economic downturns were a boon for graduate programs, especially at elite business schools where young professionals—at least, the ones who can afford to—could await a better employment prospects...

June 24, 2020 | Berkeley Blog

In a shot heard around the country, on May 21, 2020, UC’s Board of Regents suspended the requirement and use of standardized tests, including the SAT and ACT, for freshman applicants.  UC will be test optional for campus selection of...