PA high schools, colleges falling short in student prep

    By: Bill Hangley

    A flurry of new studies suggest that Pennsylvania’s high schools aren’t providing colleges with enough qualified graduates, while the state’s colleges aren’t providing the economy with enough qualified workers. State officials say the answer is to make college more affordable, and high schools more accountable. WHYY’s Bill Hangley has more.

    By: Bill Hangley
    bhangley@whyy.org

    A flurry of new studies suggest that Pennsylvania’s high schools aren’t providing colleges with enough qualified graduates, while the state’s colleges aren’t providing the economy with enough qualified workers. State officials say the answer is to make college more affordable, and high schools more accountable. WHYY’s Bill Hangley has more. [audio: reports20090123highschools.mp3]

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