The Power of Education – Part II

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4 Responses to The Power of Education – Part II

  1. Barbara says:

    I’m surprised that Texas is not in the bottom ten. Also somewhat taken aback to see that even Massachusetts has only 39% with college degrees! But I am not at all surprised by the correlation of education level with voting choice.

    • Michael says:

      Educational attainment is most often tied quite closely to socio-economic status, both born into and achieved. Whatever that signifies.

  2. Michael says:

    Perhaps the most significant item, to me, is that California is not in the “Top Ten.”
    Our candidate won, so let’s accept that without telling ourselves how wonderful we are. We still have a lot of improvements to make in our own “glass houses.”
    —Michael (B.A., J.D., and a plethora of excess educational units)

    • Let’s be thankful California is not in the “Worst Educated” column! Education here has gone downhill for several decades. In the old days (when I went to school) California had the best schools.

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