Higher education must hold the country together
In the mid-19th century, the United States was faced with the prospect that it was not going to be a competitive nation if it did not educate a larger swath of its population beyond those being educated at Ivy League institutions. Today we are, again, facing the harsh reality that our educational pipeline must align itself with the opportunities of today and tomorrow.
Originally published: December 24, 2016
Author: David Wilson
Institution: Morgan State University
Published by: The Baltimore Sun