Nov 08, 2015

The Higher Education Act Just Turned 50. Has It Done What It Was Supposed To? - The Chronicle of Higher Education

The law has helped democratize college in America, and its symbolic value is undeniable. But it hasn’t met Lyndon Johnson’s ambitious vision of college for all.

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