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By Kavitha Cardoza, Education Week
Millions of jobs in industry, held mostly by men, have disappeared in the last two decades. But at the same time, the economy has gained 9 million jobs in education and health services, which are more frequently associated with women.
By PBS NewsHour
Trump overwhelmingly leads his rivals for support among the less educated, and draws more modest backing from college graduates and those with postgraduate study.
By Jennifer C. Kerr, Associated Press
Misty Aemisegger had always planned to go to college, but when her daughter was born, she decided to stay home and take care of her. A series of short-lived factory jobs, including one that involved chemical exposure she suspects of…
By Meredith Kolodner
An overhaul of the GED to meet Common Core standards has made the high school equivalency test more rigorous and more expensive. As a result, fewer people are taking and passing it. Gwen Ifill gets debate from Randy Trask of…
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