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[KINDLE] ❃ Class Dismissed By John Marsh – Eiyo.us

Class Dismissed In Class Dismissed, John Marsh Debunks A Myth Cherished By Journalists, Politicians, And Economists That Growing Poverty And Inequality In The United States Can Be Solved Through Education Using Sophisticated Analysis Combined With Personal Experience In The Classroom, Marsh Not Only Shows That Education Has Little Impact On Poverty And Inequality, But That Our Mistaken Beliefs Actively Shape The Way We Structure Our Schools And What We Teach In Them.Rather Than Focus Attention On The Hierarchy Of Jobs And Power Where Most Jobs Require Relatively Little Education, And The Poor Enjoy Very Little Political Power Money Is Funneled Into Educational Endeavors That Ultimately Do Nothing To Challenge Established Social Structures, And In Fact Reinforce Them And When Educational Programs Prove Ineffective At Reducing Inequality, The Ones Whom These Programs Were Intended To Help End Up Blaming Themselves Marsh S Struggle To Grasp The Connection Between Education, Poverty, And Inequality Is Both Powerful And Poignant.

[KINDLE] ❃ Class Dismissed  By John    Marsh – Eiyo.us
  • Paperback
  • 255 pages
  • Class Dismissed
  • John Marsh
  • English
  • 08 June 2017
  • 1583672435

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❃ Class Dismissed By John Marsh – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    Overall a valid point, but a bit disorganized and confusing to read.


  2. says:

    This is a disquieting read, especially for those who staunchly believe thatand better education is the best way to reduce poverty and inequality in this country Poverty and inequality are high in this country, especially the latter, as Marsh illustrates through several charts Marsh illustrates the importance of reducing inequality in a country not just for the poor...


  3. says:

    Too many students going Charles MurrayUS has overinvested in higher education Richard VedderMore young people should enter trades rather than go to college Murray, Vedder, and Crawford Since college teaches few useful job skills, signals to employers that graduates are hard working and conformist all of the above The advice we offer every halfway intelligent young person with a pulse go to college is not, I argue, counsel we can offer a whole generation of people An is educati Too many students going Charles MurrayUS has overinvested in higher education Richard VedderMore young people should enter trades rather than go to college Murray, Vedder, and Crawford Since college teaches few useful job skills, signals to employers that graduates are hard working and conformist all of the above The advice we offer every halfway intelligent young person with a pulse go to college is not, I argue, counsel we can offer a whole generation of people An is education pays is an ought everyone ought to get an education Some people may escape poverty wage incomes through education, but a problem arises when education ...


  4. says:

    Marsh believes and dutifully backs his thing up that there is no silver bullet to alleviating poverty No one movement can restructure a person s economic class, but the popularity of the education movement among the white and the wealthy undeniable Marsh answers important questions like Is the goal of education to alleviate poverty If not, is this how we should be focusing public money Does higher quality education help alleviate poverty If not, what does The fact is that education does Marsh believes and dutifully backs his thing up that there is no silver bullet to alleviating poverty No one movement can restructure a person s economic class, but the popularity of the education movement among the white and the wealt...


  5. says:

    The American view of higher education as a panacea for poverty and social inequality is nothing new, but as Marsh demonstrates using history and economic research, it does not turn out that way and he demonstrates effectively, without getting bogged down in technical jargon, that it does not even work in theory In fact, the gospel of education is an example...


  6. says:

    The only feasible poverty ending solution in the USA is to redistribute wealth from the wealthy to the poor Phew Spoiler alert How does the USA achieve that Well, labour organization is a good place to start But before the States can successfully organize labour, lobbying anti union business owners need to butt out and allow employees the freedom to form and or join unions to fight for greater pay and benefits Not only that, but greater labour representation can tear the government away fr The only feasible poverty ending solution in the USA is to redistribute wealth from the wealthy to the poor Phew Spoiler alert How does the USA achieve that Well, labour organization is a good place to start But before the States can successfully organize labour, lobbying anti union business owners need to butt out and allow employees the freedom to form and or join unions to fight for greater pay and benefits Not only that, but greate...


  7. says:

    This was an interesting book, takes a different look at the educational establishment Not as hard hitting as I wanted it to be, after all, this book was written by an academic His major point to me, is simply that education can t do what it s being sold to us as doing, which is alleviating poverty and serving as a great equalizer That s not true from what the author writes and he even goes a step further fostering the notion that maybe education is being used as a smoke screen to shift attent This was an interesting book, takes a different look at the educational establishment Not as hard...

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