As the ATS Committee on Race and Ethnicity (CORE) infuses new energy into its programming,it is worth reviewing the research findings that are driving the initiative.
Research and data
ATS collects and interprets a broad range of data in support of the member schools and the Association. The ATS research function, a strategic priority of the Association’s work plan, ensures that basic institutional and student data are accessible and comprehensible but also that additional research is conducted on topics of special interest to theological educators. This effort is overseen by an eight-person staff research team. The work of the research function is guided by the Association’s eight-person Research and Data Advisory Committee.
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