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First lady Michelle Obama writes about her Reach Higher campaign to inspire students, educators, and communities to focus on making college a reality for all young people.
Access to higher education coursework as a high school student helped Karina Madrigal become a first-generation college graduate.
Higher education has an essential role to play in encouraging younger students to pursue college options, writes Lindsey Malcom-Piqueux.
South Texas College has propelled more than 70,000 high school students toward college and career pathways since 2003, writes Nicolás González.
Preparing students for economic independence, whether via college or career, is imperative, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Superintendent Heath Morrison says.
Shirley Franklin writes that she wishes she had focused more on the impact of higher education on low-income students.
Five education thought leaders offer their priorities for encouraging college access for all students.