On educating tomorrows workforce and the poor getting poorer...

Quote for the Day: Thursday, July 26th

"Our education system is driving a massive wedge between the upper and lower classes in America, splitting the middle class between those willing to mortgage their futures to get into the right school district and those who either can’t afford, or think it is imprudent, to take that kind of risk. The fault line that is being created by a lack of corporate recruiting competence is leaving the poor completely behind. They can’t afford to move into the right school districts, to get access to an education and supportive peer group that will ensure that they will get into the right college so that they can get the right job."

Jeff Hunter, 28

File under: Talentism, The Big Pipe, Workforce Planning

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