The Politics of Inclusion:
Higher Education at a Crossroads
September 10-13, 2006
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is
hosting "The Politics of Inclusion: Higher Education at a Crossroads,"
a conference seeking national solutions to the complex issues surrounding
access and affordability in American higher education.
During the invitation-only conference, 150 state and
federal policymakers, economists, researchers, foundation and business
leaders and educators from across the country will exchange ideas
intended to help shape national policy and practice. Conference
papers and guidelines will be published later in a book.
Sponsors are the Lumina Foundation, the Andrew W.
Mellon Foundation, the Spencer Foundation, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
and the College Foundation of North Carolina.
UNC news release (Sept. 19, 2006)
Presenters and Abstracts
Sept. 11 Powerpoint Presentations (PDF)
James H. Johnson Jr.
Richard D. Kahlenberg
William G. Bowen
Sept. 12 Powerpoint Presentations (PDF)
Kristine E. Dillon
Charles T. Clotfelter
Natala K. Hart
Edward P. St. John