Diversity and the Ph.D. looks at a range of mechanisms through which foundations, government agencies, and nonprofits have sought to recruit and retain more minority students in U.S. doctoral programs
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One of three reports produced by The Education Schools Project—an independent study conducted by Arthur Levine and colleagues beginning in 2001. The Education Schools Project is the most extensive study ever conducted into the strengths, weaknesses, and overall performance of the more than 1,200 departments and schools of education presently in operation at colleges and universities around the country.
The National Commission on the High School Senior Year (2000-2001) was housed at the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. The work of the Commission was concluded in 2001. While its report is no longer available from Woodrow Wilson in hard copy, an archive PDF copy is available here.
Mathematics and Democracy: The Case for Quantitative Literacy (2001) was a publication of the National Council for Education and the Disciplines, housed through 2003 at the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Mathematics and Democracy is now available from the Mathematical Association of America’s website on quantitative literacy.