A study by biologist Kelly Hogan shows that when a traditional lecture course was made more interactive, the achievement gap disappeared for first-generation students and decreased by half for black students. (photo by Mary Lide Parker)

Active learning in large science classes benefits black and first-generation college students most

In large college science classes, active learning interventions improve achievement for everyone, but especially black and first-generation students, according to a new study from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill... [more]

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