Anthony Carnevale

Georgetown University

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Director and research professor at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce

Anthony Carnevale on KCRW

In today’s society, if you want to compete and win in the global economy you need to go to college, as Harvard University political philosophy professor Michael Sandel puts it, “what…

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