"DON CONTINUES TO HAVE A SHEARED APPEARANCE
ON SATELLITE IMAGES WITH THE LOW-LEVEL CENTER
DISPLACED NEAR THE NORTHERN EDGE OF AN
ELONGATED AREA OF STRONG CONVECTION."
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I was heartened, then, to do a little more research to see that the quote, in my opinion, was taken out of context. When I read the original speech, I saw that Mr. Duncan is calling for a re-imagining of CTE. When you read the speech, you can clearly see the positive view he has on the potential for CTE, in alignment with Aarti’s strategy as presented to him a little more than two years ago. And further, it seems like a great opportunity for CCC to use Reinvention as a way to re-imagine what we ought to be doing for students.
I look forward to learning about what we are doing at Harold Washington College to measure student success from our Assessment Committee this fall and figuring out what resources we need to support those efforts.
Please read the rather informative explanations beneath the captions before responding.
The main argument contends such attitudes arguing against the value of a college degree are elitist. Worth a read.