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16.(p. 352-355)What is one way that schools perpetuate inequality? A. They use standardized tests to sort students based on their aptitudes and skill.B. They instill in students the idea that inequality is actually good for society and families.C. They discourage parents from engendering very high expectations of upward mobility in their children.D. They prepare students for various jobs, which have varying levels of income and prestige.Croteau - Chapter 13 #16
Level: DifficultTopic: Educational Structure and InequalityType: Synthesis17.(p. 353)Which of the following accurately describes the connection between education and income level? Croteau - Chapter 13 #17Level: ModerateTopic: Educational Structure and InequalityType: Analysis18.(p. 353-354)What would happen if everyone suddenly had a college degree? Croteau - Chapter 13 #18Level: DifficultTopic: Educational Structure and InequalityType: Synthesis19.(p. 354)Social reproduction theories examine how schools Croteau - Chapter 13 #19