We all agree that college isn’t for everyone. We should start acting like it. | The Thomas B. Fordham Institute

By Michael J. Patrilli

One of the biggest shifts in education reform in recent years has been widening acknowledgment that the “college for all” mantra was misguided.

Yet so far our commitment to “multiple pathways” to opportunity is almost all talk accompanied by very little action.

High school course requirements and accountability systems continue to push almost all students into the college-prep track.

— Read on fordhaminstitute.org/national/commentary/we-all-agree-college-isnt-everyone-we-should-start-acting-it

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