Implications and Future Directions
This chapter considers progress in work on the academic pipeline problem in terms of the set of five core questions that shape this book, the new Bridging Multiple Worlds model, and advancing productive cycles of research, practice, and policy. Work on the academic pipeline problem will never be completed, but significant progress has been made. This chapter measures gains, limits, and losses, and considers both challenges and resources for the path ahead. The chapter describes the most promising strategies emerging from work in the U.S. and other nations, and points to the special value of a common language for researchers, educators, and policymakers.
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