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Symposium 2005 Synopsis

Whatif our educational shortcomings could be put in strictly economic terms, instead of being part of a humanitarian debate?

What if our educational shortcomings could be put in strictly economic terms, instead of being part of a humanitarian debate? What, in short, does it cost the nation when a child drops out of high school?  That was the focus of a symposium at Teachers College at Columbia University last week called "The Social Costs of Inadequate Education," part of the college's Campaign for Educational Equity

Published Thursday, Mar. 23, 2006

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Symposium 2005 Synopsis

What if our educational shortcomings could be put in strictly economic terms, instead of being part of a humanitarian debate? What, in short, does it cost the nation when a child drops out of high school?  That was the focus of a symposium at Teachers College at Columbia University last week called "The Social Costs of Inadequate Education," part of the college's Campaign for Educational Equity

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