Chart of the day
October 27, 2011 1 Comment
Chait’s fabulous post on Paul Ryan’s inability to actually grapple with inequality as it actually exists in America (as opposed to in his Ayn Rand-ian alternate universe) is well worth extended excerpts here. And maybe I will. For now, though, this chart he links to really gets to the heart of the matter:
In short: the low-testing rich kids are just as likely to graduate from college as high-testing poor kids. That’s just a depressing indictment of the role of wealth in America.