As students begin a new academic year, Kojo chats with D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Antwan Wilson.
Community college is an attractive starting option for many students in our region. But how well do those institutions work with the area’s other colleges and universities to make transitions to four-year schools easier for students? Kojo explores the issues local community colleges and their students face in how they interact with four-year colleges and universities.
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