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Monday, June 3, 2013

A myth won’t educate a nation.

The myth is that the U.S. should be doing a better job of preparing underprivileged high school students, so they can win scholarships to Yale, Harvard and other top schools. Then they can march across commencement stages into prosperous careers. This is worse than a myth. It’s a joke.

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