College Changes Everything Brings Together 350 Education Leaders
Getting a college degree is one of the most reliable ways for a woman to lift herself and her family out of poverty. With a bachelor’s degree, a woman earns 78 percent more than a high school graduate. But despite the benefits of education, the United States still lags behind many other developed nations in terms of college completion rates.
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Women Employed recently led a day-long training session for advocacy organizations. WE staff and policy leaders shared expertise about the best ways to advocate effectively for low-income, adult students.