Mina Dadgar is the founder of Education Equity Solutions, an organization dedicated to conducting research that closes the gap between policy and practice and creating equity focused higher education systems. Mina is a mixed method researcher who has published studies on dual enrollment, developmental education reform, and community college guided pathways. Her 2014 study demonstrating the limited economic value of short-term college credentials was highlighted by NPR as an influential educational publication. Mina previously served as Associate Vice Chancellor for Guided Pathways at the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office. Prior to that she worked at the Career Ladders Project, WestEd, and the Community College Research Center.
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