Sharing Solutions To K-12 Challenges: HBCU Lessons for The K-12 Education Sector

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Fact: HBCUs have in fact outperformed other kinds of colleges in enrolling and graduating the students America most needs to earn college degrees: low- and moderate-income students of color, especially those whose high school education have not prepared them for college.

Possibility: There are some strategies that have brought HBCUs this success hold promise for helping K-12 education prepare their students of color for college.

In this speech Dr. Brian Bridges explores 6 specific actionable steps we ought to consider adopting and adapting in K-12 school districts, public charters and independent schools to improve the educational outcomes of students from a range of disadvantaged backgrounds.