Talking leadership 26: Walter Kimbrough on supporting poorer students

The president of Dillard University says that historically black colleges and universities do a better job than the Ivy League Culled from Times Higher Education Source: Dillard University Walter Kimbrough is not impressed with America’s most prestigious universities. “If the Ivy Leagues are such great institutions, why don’t they bring in more students from the lower ninth ward of New Orleans? Poor households, poor schools. If you’re so good at teaching, teach that person for four years.” The outgoing president of Dillard University, a historically black university in New Orleans, tells Times Higher…

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