Big Business Recognizes Importance Of Access Postsecondary, And Its Low Performance

Yesterday,  the Committee for Economic Development (CED) began a national campaign to get business leaders involved in postsecondary education reform. CED released Boosting Postsecondary Education Performance, a report with data that underscore this urgency. The CED report concentrates on those “broad-access” institutions that will bear much of the burden when it comes to providing postsecondary education to most Americans. CED’s goal is to help build stronger connections between postsecondary education and the American business community in order to drive the needed structural reforms throughout this vital sector of American education.

Source:Carnegie Foundation

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