Solving The Mystery Of Underachievement
from The Atlantic
As enrollment in higher education reaches record-levels-69.7 percent of all high school graduates in 2016, a hidden danger awaits thousands at the starting line: Being "eligible" for college admission doesn't mean that students are academically prepared. This collision of expectations and reality creates a revolving door in higher education that can stifle individual talent and exacerbate inequality at the highest levels of the American education system. This is the story of how Travis Hill, growing up blocks from the White House in northeast Washington, D.C., learned what "college readiness" means when the pursuit of higher education becomes a reality.
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