Lise Leist: Poverty as a Service Theme and College Admissions Process

We had a conversation recently with Lise Leist, Director of Community Affairs at the very exclusive King School in Connecticut. Lise digs into the rapidly shifting college admissions process. The usual test score nonsense in admissions continues, but they really DO care now about “activist students”. Lise also speaks clearly to the need for school projects that address larger issues like poverty to be long term, not one-off units classroom by classroom. learn more: cwinstitute.net

 

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