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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 13 Education and Health Care If {image} , then {image} GSS Question Do you feel the government is spending too little, just the right amount, or too much money on improving the nation's education system? 1 2 3 33% 33% 33% a. Too little b. Just the right amount c. Too much Education in the U.S. 1900- education was established by law in all states except for a few Southern states, where Black Americans were denied formal education. 1910 - less than 10% of White 18 year olds graduated from high school. 1930 - less than half of 18 year olds had attended high school. 1960 - the number of young adults with a diploma approached 50%. Today- almost 90% of those under 35 have graduated from high school GSS National Data Party Democrat Independent Republican a) Too little 76% 70.2% 64.7% b) Just the right amount 21.2 25 26.4 c) Too much 2.8 4.8 9 Schooling Matters Level of Schooling Men Women Less than 9th grade $14,594 $8,846 High school graduate 28,343 15,665 Bachelors degree 49,985 30,973 Masters degree 61,960 40,744 Professional degree 81,602 46,635 Doctorate degree 72,642 52,181 Theories of Education...
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