Children with less education than their parents

In most developed countries, education builds from generation to generation: Adults often have more education than their parents, and they expect their children will be better-educated still — or at least they expect their children won’t slip behind. But data released today from the OECD shows this isn’t happening…

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From Vox The surprising truth about downward mobility in US higher education by

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