Highlights the empirical evidence of the impact of diversity on outcomes: building the case for diversity, understanding the benefits of diversity, and understanding under which conditions we get optimal results.
PSC provides indexing and abstracts for 2900 journals,and full-text articles for 500 top-ranked scholarly journals. Also includes reference works and professional conference papers. Its coverage consists of topics such as law and legislation, comparative politics, political theory, international relations, humanitarian issues, and non-governmental organizations.
Over 450,000 journal articles, books, and other documents covering public affairs worldwide. Coverage begins in 1972. Printed version collection is in the Graduate Library stacks as Z 7163 .P98. UM users only.
Baime, D., & Baum, S. (2016). Community Colleges: Multiple Missions, Diverse Student Bodies, and a Range of Policy Solutions. Urban Institute.
Chessman, H., & Wayt, L. (2016). What are students demanding. Higher Education Today, 13.
Rouse, C. E., & Barrow, L. (2006). US Elementary and secondary schools: equalizing opportunity or replicating the status quo?. The future of children, 99-123.
Smedley, B. D., & Mittman, I. S. (2011). The diversity benefit: how does diversity among health professionals address public needs?. In Healthcare disparities at the crossroads with healthcare reform (pp. 167-193). Springer, Boston, MA.