Early in his presidency, Obama announced that he wanted to put the country back on track for being a world leader in educational attainment. In response, the College Board formed the Commission on Access, Admissions and Success in Higher Education, which studies the pipeline from preschool through college. The group’s goal is to identify ways in which American schools can increase college completion rates.
This summer, the commission released its first national progress report, and the outlook was pretty grim. But it also identified areas in which U.S. schools are doing well, and offered ten key recommendations for improvement.
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