The Chronicle of Higher Education
March 21, 2012, 2:47 pm
By Michele Goodwin
Part 1 of this series addressed gender and the Fisher case, which will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court later in the year.
According to the CIA, Cuba’s literacy rate is 99.8%. Why does Cuba, an incredibly poor nation, have a higher literacy rate than the U.S.? Education is regarded as a priority for all; their poorest youth are treated to boarding schools. The same is true in China. Some of the most attractive architecture in China happens to be its boarding schools—and those institutions are public. That’s right—free boarding-school education and dormitories for students.
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