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"The Subtle Ways Colleges Discriminate Against Poor Students"

Think back to when you were entering college or think ahead to entering college soon. What skills were or are you hoping to develop by pursuing higher education?

New research suggests that the skills we expect to develop in college can differ across classes. In "The Subtle Ways Colleges Discriminate Against Poor Students, Explained with a Cartoon," Vox.com writer and cartoonist Alvin Chang examines these findings in greater detail, including the impact of beliefs on college outcomes...

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