We looked inside some of the tweets by @tony_jack and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
After reading @Tony_jack‘s book “The Privileged Poor”, Entomology grad students discussed the value in recognizing socioeconomic barriers in higher ed and their desire for change in the system. Read their thoughts at https://t.co/r2Qby953vR. #SpartanInsects https://t.co/yZLTuUXF0a
Two books on college admissions challenge the facade of meritocracy and show the many ways in which the system is rigged in favor of the rich https://t.co/cGhGOTximF
Highlight: "Access is not inclusion," @tony_jack says. "You cannot just believe that giving students financial aid is all they need to succeed in college. If you don't actually care... between convocation and commencement, you will continue to do a disservice." Full interview: https://t.co/fL8l0V4fEL
@atsearlycareer @ajadmon Prof @tony_jack discusses @MichelleObama coming to learn how to get the help @Princeton wanted to provide In @MichelleObama’s words... (I think lots of clinicians feel this way starting their research years, even at @ncspMICHIGAN @MichiganPulmCC ) https://t.co/0xxo7RuazA https://t.co/F0kRz8JUtw
@tony_jack 🤯🤯🤯the “Community Detail” section in Chapter 3🤯🤯🤯
The 2nd virtual #MCSSsummit20 session features @tony_jack sharing how to improve #mistudentsuccess for historically underserved populations. Try your luck in a lottery to ask your burning questions and win a copy of his book at https://t.co/cz2OMzNylN (must be registered to win). https://t.co/rj8WvYgEHL