Monday, October 10, 2005

The inequity of college opportunities runs an informative little article about the declining educational opportunities for lower income Americans.

Nut graf:

Enrollment at four-year colleges increased by 20 percent for the richest segment of Americans in the last two decades, while it actually declined among lower-income children. As David Brooks put it, "…each generation of Americans seems to be challenged in its own way to provide its children with an open field and a fair chance."

It is unconscionable and, more pragmatically speaking, unwise and harmful to the economy to let that situation persist.


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