When I was growing up, the idea of going to college seemed almost impossible. I was the first person in my family to go to college, to graduate with a 4-year degree, and eventually to pursue graduate school. My first job after graduation was working with troubled youth in the social work system.
As we launch a new National Coordinating Center, it seems like a good time to pause and reflect on the decade of progress we have witnessed.
October 1, 2010.
Do you remember what you were doing that day?
Welcome to Inside Think College, a new Blog feature we are launching this year. Every month, one of our team members will share thoughts on a current Think College project, shed light on some day-to-day tasks, or just reflect on current events in the field of inclusive higher education.