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USA: Why Colleges Already Face Race-Related Challenges In Serving Future Students : NPR

Good analysis, showing ongoing stratification in post-secondary education and an interesting nuance of the Asian American ‘myth of being a model minority’:

Today, more Americans graduate high school and go on to college than ever before.

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the first post

Hi everyone!

Seeing how it’s the first post, I feel like it’s appropriate to introduce myself!

I’m currently in my 2B studies at the University of Waterloo. 128 more words


But Wasn't it Nice of Them?: How Praising the Helpers Can Lead to Less Aid

But wasn’t it nice of them? Shouldn’t people who do things like this be rewarded? These are the questions I am often asked when I critique inspiration porn. 987 more words


Say What?

Several years ago high school students from various schools were attending a post-secondary fair. A number of colleges and universities were represented, and attendees had the opportunity to talk to recruiters and gather information. 94 more words


Millennial Challenges

Millennials are dealing with significant challenges in the new economy.

Youth, aged 15 – 24, are facing unemployment rates of more than 12%, almost twice the unemployment rate of the general population. 72 more words


What is a formal education worth?

I have a formal education degree in History. What does this degree give me? A sense of satisfaction that I can commit to something and finish it. 777 more words

Clara Munro Yoga

What Four Years At Post-Secondary Bought Me

Today, I went for a nice, long walk in the sun. There was a slight wind, but otherwise it was perfectly pleasant out. The world was bright, the grass was green, and along the way I passed by a sign that promised a “bright future” for those who attend post-secondary. 414 more words