ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT State should establish end-of-decade goal of 75 percent higher-education attainment In the classic 1981 comedy “Stripes,” the Bill Murray character tells his rowdy pals from Chicago not to worry about credentials as they prepared to enter a Soviet-bloc country, mistakenly promising them that it would be just like “going into Wisconsin.” Crossing the boundary from high school to hi... Read More
ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT 10 great quotes to inspire a renewal of investment in education Who said this? “The legislator should direct his attention above all to the education of youth.” Let’s deduce. It’s post-democracy, obviously, and no doubt American, given the responsibility delegated mostly to states and their legislatures for education. And considering the pre-feminist reference to “... Read More
ST. PAUL LEGAL LEDGER CAPITOL REPORT A renewed focus on improving minority attainment will lead to a stronger and more equitable economy Once upon a time, many Americans seriously believed that not everybody needed to learn how to read, or attend school, or advance very far toward a formal education. In the 19th century, this actually was our public policy with regard to girls and racial minorities of both sexes. This foolish and oppre... Read More
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