Why doesn't the Washington region feel like a college town, despite being home to more than a dozen colleges and universities? We explore why many campuses feel isolated from the city around them, and lack that college town vibe.
Guest Host: Frank Stasio
Unfortunate but true. Recent statistics show the District of Columbia has the lowest level of literacy proficiency in the nation. A discussion of local efforts to combat illiteracy.
- Erin Carney Executive Director, Literacy Volunteers of America - National Capital Area
- K. Brisbane former Adult Education Director, D.C. State Education Agency
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