Education and income inequality are intertwined in Mass.

12/19/2012 | Atlantic online, The

Income inequality is rising in Massachusetts, a state known for its top-notch educational institutions and well-educated workforce. Changing labor-market dynamics contribute to the income gap, but experts say divergent educational opportunities among the wealthy and poor are deepening the income divide. Two communities in the state highlight the disparity. Some say expanding charter schools and school choice could help.

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