The sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is prompting members of Washington's private school community to look inward.
The University of the District of Columbia, UDC, is the only public university in Washington, D.C. It’s also its only public historically black university. Over the years, UDC has faced shrinking funding, worrisome graduation and retention rates and difficult choices about cutting programs and downsizing staff. Now, the school is seeking to increase its endowment from the District and to put students on the path to the middle class. We speak with UDC President Ronald Mason, Jr. about how the institution will meet its goals and also support graduating D.C. Public School students who require remedial coursework.
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- Ronald Mason, Jr. President of the University of the District of Columbia
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