Access to higher education has been limited for many underrepresented racial minorities (URMs) in the United States. Part of the reason for this has been because of weaknesses in the K-16 pipeline. This article takes a collective impact approach to understanding what K-16 personnel can do to assist URMs through proper curriculum development and implementation. Overall, this article will focus on the proficiency model, how it has been used in the mainstream, and why the proficiency model is important when working together within the K-16 continuum.
Patton, Chad T.
"Whose Fault is it, Anyway?: Who is to Blame for Limited College Access in the United States? [Special Section],"
College Student Affairs Leadership:
2, Article 4.
Available at: http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/csal/vol2/iss2/4