Folt Advises Colleges to Get More Involved with High Schools

WASHINGTON — In order to make higher education a reality for more students from diverse backgrounds, colleges and universities must be more proactive about reaching students when they are still in high school.

That was the heart of the message that University of North Carolina Chancellor Carol Folt delivered Tuesday at the National Press Club during a talk about ways to increase college access and affordability.

“Develop programs that go directly into the high schools,” Folt said as she touted the UNC Carolina College Advising Corps.

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