Opinion: Vocational school an option, too

01/17/2007 | Wall Street Journal, The

Charles Murray, a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, examines why students with IQs of roughly between 100 and 110 don't forgo four-year colleges and opt to attend vocational schools. According to Murray, "it makes sense for only about 15% of the population, 25% if one stretches it, to get a college education."

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