Moving interviews with 100 students at the two institutions highlight how American higher education reinforces the same inequities it has been aiming to transcend.And, English was a lot of reading, books, a lot of the books that Ia#39;m sure everyone reads in high school: Catcher in the Rye, and the Great Gatsby, and a little bit of Shakespeare. ... In contrast, while about a fourth of the Southern students reported taking honors and AP courses during high school, the majority ... You could study for a test in the morning and have it in the afternoon and get a good grade.
|Title||:||Degrees of Inequality|
|Author||:||Ann L. Mullen|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2010-12-29|