Op-Ed

August 23, 2014 8:00 PM

Why NC needs to send more kids to college

The history of our educational institutions in North Carolina has been a dogged fight to secure them as public goods, to protect them from narrow interests that would close their doors to those who supposedly don’t need a particular kind of learning.

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