Interim superintendent/president Robert Miller will meet President Obama, the First Lady, and Vice President Joseph Biden today during the second White House College Opportunity Summit in Washington D.C.
The White House College Opportunity Day of Action will be held at the The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, where Miller will attend in behalf of PCC and join over 300 college presidents and other education leaders.
“The Summit is focusing on increasing access to higher education, especially for those that are traditionally disadvantaged,” said Ryan Cornner, associate vice president of strategic planning and innovation. “Each of the institutions that are invited have made a commitment to increase college access. And those commitments will be announced at the Summit.”
In addition to the announcements, the summit will serve as an opportunity and support for colleges to collaborate and “focus on building networks of colleges around promoting completion,” according to a White House press release.
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