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Mon Feb 8, 2016, 12:49 AM

 

SES and Education

How much do you feel that socioeconomic status affects one's public school systems and how much do you feel it can (of course not in all cases) affect a child's individual trajectory?

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aswanson Feb 2016 OP
mikehiggins Feb 2016 #1

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Mon Feb 8, 2016, 01:31 AM

1. SES has to impact on what a kid gets out of public schools

And poor schools can be poisonous to a kids future.

And to the future of this nation. Poorly educated people (besides tending to be GOPuke supporters) will find it hard to find work that requires, wait for it, a good education.

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