Coming to Our Senses: Chancellor Kirwan, College Board to Report on the Future of U.S. Higher Education, December 10
Save the Date: Dec. 10
‘Coming to Our Senses: Education and the American Future'
a briefing on Wednesday, Dec. 10, the College Board will release "Coming to Our
Senses: Education and the American Future," a report from the College Board's
Commission on Access, Admissions and Success in Higher Education, chaired by
the chancellor of the University System of Maryland, William (Brit) Kirwan.
report offers an action agenda detailing what the United States must do to regain its
global competitive edge and re-establish its educational preeminence in the 21st
Board President Gaston Caperton
of the University System of Maryland William (Brit) Kirwan
Dartmouth College President James Wright
Provost for Enrollment Policy and Management at the University of Southern California, Jerome Lucido
Public Schools Manager of Secondary
School Counselors Joyce Brown
WHAT: Release of "Coming to Our Senses: Education and the
WHEN: Wednesday, Dec. 10,
at 9:30 a.m. EST
WHERE: Capitol Building, Room HC-6 (basement of Capitol). Attendees should use
the entrance on south side of the Capitol,
facing the House buildings and Independence Avenue.
RSVP: All attendees must RSVP. To respond, please click here [http://www.collegeboard.com/html/press/local_press.html]
For more information, please contact Courtney Stevenson, at 212-713-8052 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: The
report is embargoed until 9:30 a.m. EST Wednesday,
RSVP to participate and to receive advance material. Please include an e-mail
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