sábado, 13 de junio de 2015

How Schools Can Solve Robert Putnam’s Poverty Paradox

The solution, then—the way to help poor children climb the ladder to the middle class and achieve the American Dream—must involve rebuilding this social capital, right? Yet that’s not what Putnam proposes; instead, he calls for more investments in government services and transfer payments. He wants to replace social capital with financial capital.

Michael J. Petrilli en Education Next

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