Last year, the College Board warned that falling behind could undermine our economic competitiveness. With our future prosperity at stake, this event is for everyone.
Helping to kick-off the forum at Washington, DC's Newseum is Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, who will give the keynote address at 8:30 am EST. Promptly following her is a panel discussion on how the government, industry, and post-secondary educational institutions should respond to the declining college graduation rate and how policymakers can ensure that future generations of workers develop the skills necessary to compete on the global stage.
You also can join the conversation by tweeting with the hashtag #AtlanticAmericasFuture, and you can share your thoughts on how we can arm our workforce to innovate and prosper.
And as always, a special thanks to our underwriter, University of Phoenix, for helping to make this much needed dialogue possible.
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