Provost Sullivan touts benefits of higher ed in talk

Wanted to share this bit of perspective with Learning Leader readers:

Besides the private gains (a typical college graduate earns $1 million more in a lifetime than a high school graduate), Sullivan has a long list of public gains.

College graduates are more likely to vote and participate in policy discussions or campaigns, more likely to participate in cultural activities, more likely to be open to new ideas, more likely to read to their children, and they increasingly want to live and work with people with a similar level of talents, boosting the economies of areas where larger numbers of people have college degrees, she said.

Read more: Provost Sullivan touts benefits of higher ed in talk.

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