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Considering Essay # 2 that was titled "Entering the Conversation" was an argumentative essay that had been written on the topic of Education Inequality. Three types of questions can be drawn out which can help in the better understanding of the topic and article on which the essay was based.
The first question will be fact-based
As per the article, during which era the educational inequality was the highest? What shifts have taken place that have become a reason for the reduction in education inequality?
The answer to this question will help in the exact answer that when the transition did took place in the sector of education (Lustig).
The second question from the text will be “Value” question
What are the classes that are suffering from the curse of Education Inequality? What are the reasons that become the cause of Education Inequality and what are the outcomes of Education Inequality?
This question will allow the readers to go into a little depth regarding the curse of Education Inequality and find the causes that become a reason for Education Inequality.
An finally, the third and the last question will be “Policy” question
What policies have been designed at Federal and State levels to curb the evil of Education Inequality? What steps can be further taken to improve the condition and discourage Education Inequality both at Federal and State levels?
This question will further let the readers get knowledge about the policies and strategies adopted by the Government to handle Education Inequality, and what also needs to be done (Berg).
Answers to Jason Greene Questions
Jason Greene can easily find his answers using one of the following keywords:
“Vocational Schools in the United States of America”
"Vocational Training institutes in the United States."
"Technical Schools in the United States"
“Technical Training Institutes in the United States of America”
Some of the websites that can help Jason search valuable material regarding his topic listed as follows.
Berg, Gary A. Low-income students and the perpetuation of inequality: Higher education in America. Routledge, 2016.
Lustig, Nora, et al. "Deconstructing the decline in inequality in Latin America." Inequality and growth: Patterns and policy. Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2016. 212-247.
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