Issues of college access are increasingly met with resolutions within social and economic contexts. Models such as cost of production output, and race and socioeconomic-conscious strategies form the basis of such analyses (Jenkins & Rodriguez, 2013; Henriksen, 1995; Treager Huber, 2010; Schmidt, 2012). We can expect retooling and reinventing of such models with increasing college costs and changes in student demographics.
Addison, Mark A.
"Book Review: Courtrooms and Classrooms: A Legal History of College Access, 1860-1960,"
Journal of College Access: Vol. 4:
1, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jca/vol4/iss1/11
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