Following up on 's, 's, and 's editorial on the systematic underfunding of public education, recommended CUNY student Enoch Jemmett's "The Implicit Punishment of Daring to Go to College When Poor"
The Implicit Punishment of Daring to Go to College When Poor- please read and share this piece by student Enoch Jemmott cc
Read the story of Enoch Jemmott, one of the three students featured in the documentary . The film chronicles the experience of students from low-income backgrounds navigating #college admissions
The Implicit Punishment of Daring to Go to College When Poor
"Right now, the system feels like it is crafted to keep low-income students like us out of college." - Enoch Jemmott, from the Op Ed that The New York Times published today
The Implicit Punishment of Daring to Go to College When Poor required reading for every policy-maker. We and folx know this well. When will #USA fund adequate school counselor:student ratios?
“When you’re 17, and pretty much doing it all on your own, the sight of all the hurdles you have to jump can be demoralizing, even paralyzing.” Important read about going to college for the low income student of color. Very relatable for so many!
Challenges for low income first generation college applicants. An Engaging informative first hand account. via ⁦
The Implicit Punishment of Daring to Go to College When Poor
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today NYT says Canarsie neighborhood of NYC is horribly impoverished. Two weeks ago WaPo said exact same place was "a country club" of privilege
For the poor, the college application process can be intimidating via #philanthropy
The Implicit Punishment of Daring to Go to College When Poor
The Implicit Punishment of Daring to Go to College When Poor #SAHE740
"Every step along the way, we had to do more because we had less." Wow. A powerful op-ed from a #queenscollege student in the today. These barriers are so common for low-income students. It's why we work to expand access and opportunity
Everyone should read this op-ed by Enoch Jemmott in . "Right now, the system feels like it is crafted to keep low-income students like us out of college. If it is, it’s working."
"That some rich families bribe their children’s way into college is the least of our problems. We’re more concerned by the college guidance gap and the maze of applying for financial aid." The Implicit Punishment of Daring to Go to College When Poor
How the higher education’s admissions system suppresses success of poor students, even the most determined among them. #CollegeCheatingScandal