Access: A Faltering Commitment?
AbstractThe United States has moved from higher education designed for a few to a complex system intended to serve everyone who might benefit. Access to higher education has been a phenomenal success story in American history, and in the past half century the metropolitan university has been an important part of that story. Currently, there is a concern that some gains are lessening, even reversing. This article explores some of the pertinent issues.
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