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Implications of Educational Inequality for the Future Workforce


"Unless the educational level of African Americans and particularly Hispanics can be raised, over the next 20 years, when the economy will require an increasing number of workers with skills learned in college, the country will experience a significant growth in the population that has not graduated from high school... In the past, educational inequality was a problem primarily for those individuals who ended up with low levels of education; increasingly it will be a problem for everyone."