At the Education for Upward Mobility conference, the Thomas B. Fordham Institute released ten working conference papers about the intersection between the anti-poverty and education-reform agendas. These draft papers tackle difficult, but integral questions, including: Is “college for all” the right goal? (And what do we mean by “college”?) What can schools do to develop so-called “non-cognitive” skills? Should technical education be a central part of the reform agenda? Download the papers and watch the videos from the conference. 

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