Christopher Feaster, one subject in Kavitha Cardoza's new documentary "Breaking Ground."

Christopher Feaster, one subject in Kavitha Cardoza's new documentary "Breaking Ground."

WAMU’s special correspondent Kavitha Cardoza has been exploring unheard stories in education in her radio documentary series Breaking Ground, including the high-school dropout crisis and adult literacy. In her latest documentary, she turns her attention to low-income students who do make it to college, but never graduate. Some estimates say a staggering three out of four financially challenged students fall into this category, yet it’s an issue that’s gotten little attention. She joins us to discuss “Lower Income, Higher Ed.”

Guests

  • Kavitha Cardoza Special Correspondent, WAMU 88.5 News
  • Tamara Wilds Lawson Director, Posse Foundation, D.C.
  • Christopher Feaster D.C. resident; former Michigan State student

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