January 07, 2013

Everyday Sociology Talk: Education and Ending Poverty

 

Dalton Conley and David Grusky discuss ending poverty in the United States.

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Poverty is very old ang long over due issue.Education is still the key in eradicating it.And also the correct use of education.

sure we need to eradicate poverty. thanks for sharing with us

thank you for the information.

Thanks for this useful information

The information is highly appreciated.

Education is power. We need to eradicate poverty by educating ourselves on ways to do it.

Poverty can only be eradicated through education. Learning will change the way we perceive things.

Sometimes i wish poverty had a medicine.

we get information from education, information is a powerful tool for poverty eradication

Thank you for this, quite informative. Education is key towards eradicating poverty and illiteracy

Education is the key for betterment in this modern times

very informative. thanks for the post. education is the key.

Education is what most people will need to deliver themselves from the grips of poverty, it should be considered a basic need in the future

Education to be given the first priority in order to eradicate poverty

Education is the Key! Way to go!No education no life!

the information is good, if we all come together and work, like Rwanda, we will end poverty

Poverty will be the greatest issue we have to face in our lifetime.

Also, it's something that we are going to have to handle ALL OVER THE WORLD. Not just the US, but all developed country need to step forward.

We have to figure out what to do with poverty. EDUCATION for all.

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