SCHOOLS TRY TO ESTABLISH COLLEGE-GOING CULTURE
By creating a college-going culture in elementary school, the hope is that students will aspire to a lifelong path toward higher education and deeper learning that ends with a degree. To reach that goal, the school plays up the concept that there are no excuses for poor effort and staff members have a belief that all students can excel. The article is in Education Week.
By ANDREW JACOBS
Villagers who will work in China’s factories are in demand, but many college graduates seeking professional jobs find their value plunging.