Do alternative career programs lessen the quality of an education?

    A new report from Harvard University Graduate School of Education, Pathways to Prosperity, has sparked a debate about whether all students should go to college or if we should be providing alternative routes to careers.

    Guests Robert Schwartz, author of the report, and Michael Cohen, a critic, join Radio Times host Marty Moss-Coane for the discussion.

    Do technial training, apprenticeship programs and work-based learning result in a worse education for those not heading to college?

    Listen live at 11 a.m. on 91 FM.

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