Enough to eat?

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According to the Washington Post, researchers at Temple University and the Wisconsin HOPE Lab found that 36 percent of students at 66 surveyed colleges and universities do not get enough to eat, and a similar number lack a secure place to live. Questions: 1. What do the researchers blame the problem on? 2. What does… Read more »

More from the Glass Ceiling…..

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While women account for 57 percent of college enrollees as of the fall of 2016, the most recent data from the Department of Education indicates that they hold close to two-thirds of the $1.34 trillion in outstanding student debt in the U.S.(according to a report released by the non-profit American Association of University Women). Questions:… Read more »