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Brandon W Said,
October 15th, 2010 @3:18 am  

Email me.

sweets Said,
October 15th, 2010 @4:00 am  

I think that this makes things seem possible. If my parents hadn’t been to higher education I don’t know that I would have. But they did, so I am going to higher education. The money we have makes me not need to worry about how to pay for it.

purelluk Said,
October 15th, 2010 @4:46 am  

Look at Newsweek for the top rated public schools. (I don’t remember what month they ranked the top 100 schools). The top schools generally are from affluent neighborhoods with hardly anyone receiving government subsidized lunches. There’s also been the debate about ACT and SAT scores being higher for those with relatively higher socioeconomic status than the inner city kids.

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