In the national dialogue around college access and success for our most disadvantaged populations, discussion about liberal education is largely absent. We must consider the unintended consequences of this near absence, says Anne Bezbatchenko, program officer at The Teagle Foundation, a nonprofit devoted to liberal education, for the Washington Post. Do we risk recreating a two-tier educational system? The answer to that question is yes, and the consequences are significant. We tend to offer some–typically our more disadvantaged, low-income populations–a more limited education that may prepare them for jobs for two or three years...

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