On March 18th, the Hopkins-Hunter Forum for Education Policy sponsored a round table discussion on college and career readiness. This by-invitation-only working lunch was structured around the William T. Grant’s report, “The New Forgotten Half,” that analyzes America’s college completion gap, its causes, and potential solutions. The report’s author,Dr. James Rosenbaum,attended, as did Clara Botstein, the Associate Vice President of Bard’s early college high schools, and Florida’s former Commissioner of Education, Eric Smith, who instituted the state’s highly successful Advanced Placement programs. We were joined by university administrators, leaders from the State and City Departments of Education, and other key stakeholders.
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