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The Time is Right for Dual Enrollment in Rural High Schools

Driving along the I35 corridor between Austin, Texas and Oklahoma City, is a bit of a study in the stratigraphy of retail shopping in America. This history, in turn, bears a certain resemblance to the past and future of brick-and-mortar college education in the U.S....

The Time is Right for Dual Enrollment in Rural High Schools

Driving along the I35 corridor between Austin, Texas and Oklahoma City, is a bit of a study in the stratigraphy of retail shopping in America. This history, in turn, bears a certain resemblance to the past and future of brick-and-mortar college education in the U.S....

Asking Different Questions About the Value of a College Education

In a recent post at the Hechinger Report, Caroline Preston attempts to frame an answer to the following question: “Will we reach a tipping point when a four-year degree is no longer worth it when it stops serving as a ticket into the middle class?” It’s an interesting...

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