Education-for-All: Unpacking the College-for-All Versus Occupational Training Debate
by Mike Rose - September 20, 2010
Should we be sending more young people to college or to occupationally oriented programs? Given the current economy, this debate is going on in both policy circles and in the broader public sphere. This commentary teases out the issues in this debate and places them in the larger context of our society's attitudes toward physical work, our history of educational inequality, and the purpose of education in a democracy.
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