La.’s new higher ed plan focuses on more adult, minority graduates
Louisiana’s higher education leaders recently boosted the goals of postsecondary education in the state. By 2030, they want 60% of Louisiana’s adults to have earned some sort of college degree or certificate. To hit that target, the state’s colleges and universities will need to double the number of credentials awarded each year.
On this week’s Capitol Access, Jim Henderson, president of the University of Louisiana System, discusses what it will take to get there.