US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty Webinar
As technology advances, employers demand different skills, and the cost of a four-year degree rises, community colleges are a crucial gateway to postsecondary credentials. But can they meet demand? In this webinar, Cheryl Hyman, chancellor of City Colleges of Chicago, discussed how community colleges can ensure more students find success, using lessons from City Colleges' Reinvention initiative.
- Cheryl Hyman, partner, US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty; chancellor, City Colleges of Chicago
- Nisha Patel, executive director, US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty, Urban Institute
ABOUT THE US PARTNERSHIP ON MOBILITY FROM POVERTY
The Urban Institute, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is supporting the US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty. Chaired by David Ellwood, the Mobility Partnership consists of leading voices representing academia, practice, the faith community, philanthropy, and the private sector.