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Molly Corbett Broad

National College Application Assistance Campaign Changes Lives

Molly Corbett Broad | Posted 12.24.2014 | College
Molly Corbett Broad

Just applying to college can loom as a seemingly insurmountable hurdle for too many students. ACAC's goal is to lower those barriers and show first-generation and low-income students around the country that there is indeed a way.

It's Not Your Father's GED Anymore -- and That's a Good Thing

Molly Corbett Broad | Posted 04.05.2014 | College
Molly Corbett Broad

You may have heard a lot about the new GED test. In fact, the new GED program unveiled this month will play a significant role in the national drive t...

Congress Must Address the Innovation Deficit

Molly Corbett Broad | Posted 01.23.2014 | College
Molly Corbett Broad

It's important to note that prospective graduate students have been particularly hard hit by these cuts, which in many cases prevent them from pursuing the advanced degrees and attaining the skills needed by employers.

WATCH: A Fix For 'The Dropout Crisis'?

The Huffington Post | Tyler Kingkade | Posted 02.01.2013 | College

Colleges need to focus on sending their students away with degrees instead of spending so much time recruiting and boosting enrollment numbers, argues...

Educating for Democracy: Is There a Virtue in Virtual Education?

Joel Shatzky | Posted 09.17.2012 | Education
Joel Shatzky

A report on the effectiveness of a "virtual school" company, K12, Inc., was released recently. It provides a serious warning to educational "innovators" who are moving in the direction of relying on technology as a substitute for teachers.