Oct 14th, 2010
Addressing the collapse of American job creation, one reader wrote:
"There are now 60 million undereducated... people in this country whose jobs have vanished overseas in the last generation, and we have not made any arrangements to train them for something any company wants to pay for. So it is Wal-Mart or Meth production."
If the argument for community and adult education reinvestment can be made any plainer, I haven't seen it.