Postsecondary Learning

Why 'We Don't Need No Education' Is Wrenchingly Wrong

Apr 21, 2015

MADDENING MATH: Here's a really rotten statistic:

According to the New York Times, "Perhaps the single most shocking number in a new review of employment and earnings data by researchers at the Hamilton Project, a research group within the Brookings Institution, is this one: The median earnings of working men aged 30 to 45 without a high school diploma fell 20 percent from 1990 to 2013 when adjusted for inflation."

Read who's turning this statistic around in: "Adult Learning: Building Paths to a Better Future."

Postsecondary Learning

Why 'We Don't Need No Education' Is Wrenchingly Wrong

Apr 21, 2015

MADDENING MATH: Here's a really rotten statistic:

According to the New York Times, "Perhaps the single most shocking number in a new review of employment and earnings data by researchers at the Hamilton Project, a research group within the Brookings Institution, is this one: The median earnings of working men aged 30 to 45 without a high school diploma fell 20 percent from 1990 to 2013 when adjusted for inflation."

Read who's turning this statistic around in: "Adult Learning: Building Paths to a Better Future."

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