Fixing Completion– How Personalized Learning Can Help

At the 100th annual meeting of the American Council of Education, Wick Sloane, a former Chief Financial Officer in higher ed, proposed a serious challenge to attendees: fix college completion by the year 2020.

According to Mr. Sloane- supported by research presented by a UN report detailing the extreme poverty facing Americans- students from low-income, and disadvantaged backgrounds have been overlooked by the American education system for far too long. Sloane unapologetically urged leaders in higher education to move past the basic planning stages of mending our completion problem and take real action, or any action for that matter, now.

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