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Rural Ed/Training in New Econmy-98

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As wages have stagnated in American cities, they have actually declined in rural America, where over 40 percent of full-time, year-round workers earn poverty-level pay. The problem, according to most policy initiatives, is an undereducated rural workforce inadequately prepared for higher-paying, skilled work. But this is largely a myth, and their work is devoted to clearing up the misconceptions behind it. This task entails a top-to-bottom evaluation of the entire rural education and training system -- including schooling, ...

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Rural Ed/Training in New Econmy-98
2014, Iowa State Press

ISBN-13: 9780585114682

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