Forgotten Generation 

America needs to bring back a broad-based investment in human capital, like we did with the G.I. Bill

I recently enjoyed lunch in Seattle with a former student I hadn’t seen in several years. The first in her family to go to college, she was able to attend Gonzaga through scholarships. She took two classes from me and earned…

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