As America enters the 21st century, U.S. students continue to slip behind in the world's rankings in science and math. Yet, at the same time, state prison budgets are increasing nearly three times as fast as budgets for education. Linda Darling-Hammond, a chief education advisor to President... read more
“For students of color in the US, the pipeline leads more profusely at every juncture. Only about 17% of African American young people between the ages of 25 and 29, and only 11% of Hispanic youth had earned a college degree in 2005, as compared to 34% of white youth in the same age bracket.”
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