What could another version of post-secondary education look like that would provide students of color with a pathway toward social and economic mobility?
The Marcy Lab School, co-founded by Reuben Ogbonna, exists to answer that question. The school serves students without four-year college degrees who come from historically underserved communities. The impact? Graduates go on to earn more than $100,000 per year writing software for fast-growing companies and nonprofit organizations. Read the full article here.