Jacob on lower access to CTE for poor and non-white students in MI

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"Access to career-tech in Michigan varies by ZIP code. That's a problem." - Bridge Magazine. 2/5/2020.

Poor and non-white students have less access to high school career-tech programs that can lead to jobs earning middle-class wages, according to a new University of Michigan study.

Across the state, 54 percent of white students enroll in at least one CTE class in high school, compared to 41 percent of African-American students and 44 percent of Hispanic students, according to the study, co-authored by Brian Jacob, professor of education policy and economics at U-M.

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