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Dynarski addresses remote learning inequities

School of Public Policy professor Susan Dynarski was featured on ABC’s Nightline to discuss education inequities for students and teachers as learning has been moved remote and online. May 20, 2020. # #PublicPolicy #web-article #FordSchoolofPublicPolicy ...


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Making up for lost time for millions of children, U.S. education needs a major rescue effort

Ford School of Public Policy professor Susan Dynarski outlines both the education lost for American students from school closures and what will need to be done to fill the void in wake of the coronavirus pandemic. May 8, 2020. # #PublicPolicy #web-article ...


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Are College Students Better Off Taking Larger or Smaller Loans?

School of Education Professor Susan Dynarski discusses new research suggesting that taking out larger loans is not detrimental to student success and that students should not be discouraged from taking out loans. September 20, 2019. # #Education #web-article #SchoolofEducation...


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Dynarski Testifies Before House Subcommittee on Education and Labor

Ford School of Public Policy Professor Susan Dynarski gives a testimony titled "The Cost of Non-Completion: Improving Student Outcomes in Higher Education" before the House Subcommittee on Education and Labor. May 10, 2019. # #PublicPolicy #web-article #FordSchoolofPublicPolicy ...


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Susan Dynarski Discusses the Elite College Admissions Scandal and Affirmative Action in HuffPost Article

School of Education and Public Policy Professor Susan Dynarski scoffs at the irony of those who find affirmative action to give an unfair advantage, in light of the illegal college admissions scandal. While the college admissions scandal was the extreme, Dynarski notes that this is just an...


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HAILed It: Tuition-free Promise Effectively Recruits Low-income Students to U-M

Ford School of Public Policy Professor Susan Dynarski finds that high school students are twice as likely to apply to U-M now due to the HAIL Scholars program, which provides high-achieving, low-income students a free tuition. December 12, 2018. #5-15mins #PublicPolicy #web-article ...