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Audio Blog: A Response to Harvard's "Pathways to Prosperity" Report

Jim Nelson responds to the February 2011 "Pathways to Prosperity" report issued by Harvard's Graduate School of Education. Nelson points out that while the report does have its merits, it goes wrong in some fundamental ways, especially with the assertion that we as a nation have been too narrowly focused for the past 20 years on four-year degrees.

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Thanks for this.

I have shared on my Facebook wall and tweeted it.

This is a "do the right thing" moment.


February 14, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMark K Bennett

Every parent wants their child to become someone who they are proud of, who is successful, and can benefit financially and in other ways from their education. These attributes have been equated by many over the past forty years with getting a college degree.

February 15, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJohn

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