November 25, 2017

December 2, 2017

This week, Soledad O’Brien takes a look at what works. First, a community college program in New York doubling graduation rates and keeping students out of debt. See why other colleges have implemented similar plans and what makes the biggest difference. Then, 13 American children don’t know when they’ll get their next meal, and the hunger they experience is seriously hampering their ability to learn. But many aren’t eating the free meals at school due to “food bullying” – shaming children whose families can’t afford to pay for lunch. Soledad looks at a simple solution by several school districts, to ensure every child is receiving the nutrition they need to learn. And, author Pat Hedley is challenging young professionals to meet 100 people, providing real world guidance on how to network and data on why you should be making your requests face-to-face.