A rise in inequality could lead to increased

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“A rise in inequality …. could lead to increased unemployment” (Krugman 1994: 23 ). Krugman discusses other possibilities of how unemployment can become a rising crisis. This is helpful because it can give me more example to help me reinforce my signpost. Signpost 2: Poverty Causes Poor Education 1
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1.) Riley, Donna, Shanae Jones, Nathan Kahl, and Nicholas Altiero. 2015. “A Way Up For Low Income Students”. ASEE TODAY . Pp.44. 2.) (Riley et al.2015) 3.) This source will help my second signpost because it gives many different example of how kids who live in communities with low-income/poverty are all not getting full access to the education they need in order to pursue their careers. It explains how these students are all lacking the fundamentals to succeed due to poverty. It gives details on how privileged white students will never have to worry about not being prepared enough for college, because unlike low-income students they already have everything they need to prosper. “ Many low-income high schools lack access to full stem courses” (Riley et al. 2015:44). The authors of the article all gave insight on specific things that is lacking in schools of low-income students. Overall this source is amazing because it gives readers a perspective of life through low-income students. 1.) Simmons, Jeff. 2012. “High cost of low grad rates”. The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education . Pp.10. 2.) (Simmons 2012). 3.) This article is helpful towards my signpost because it exposes the consequences that come with a low graduation rate. It talks about how there has been a rising number of college dropouts but the surprising thing is that most of these dropout come from universities with a huge number of low-income students. It also gives examples of how much is being lost due to all these dropouts. Another reason for which why I choose this
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