Essay 2 outline

Essay 2 outline - Megan Michels 11/08/10 Econ 303 Dr....

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Megan Michels 11/08/10 Econ 303 Dr. Batista Outline for Econ Paper #2: Lack of Economic Mobility I. Introduction a. Grabber b. Background c. Thesis II. Education is a path to success a. Wessel 1 i. Excerpt: “ Education appears to play an important role. In contrast to the 1970’s, a college diploma is increasingly valuable in today’s job market. The tendency of college grads to marry other college grads and send their children to better elementary and high schools and on to college gives their children a lasting edge.” Pg. 91 b. Educated people tend to marry educated people i. Higher emphasis on education for their children 1. Ultimately families on the higher end of the income spectrum stay on the higher end because they can afford college because their parents did etc. 2. Low end of spectrum produce families that stay there as well a. Morals, values (culture of poverty) b. Money to afford school III. Education is an advantage in job market a. Bernstein i. Excerpt: “ Today, upward mobility is determined increasingly by a
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course ECON 303 taught by Professor Battista during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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