Is college for everyone?


Hour 2

A new report from Harvard University Graduate School of Education, Pathways to Prosperity, has ignited a contentious debate about if we should be preparing all high school students to go to college or providing alternative routes to job-preparedness including technical training, apprenticeship programs and work-based learning, for example.  ROBERT SCHWARTZ, author of the report, joins us along with MICHAEL COHEN of Achieve, Inc. which advocates for a common standards and the same level of preparedness for all high school students regardless of the job and career goals.

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