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Educational Access in America

Who in contemporary America has the greatest opportunities to attend preschools, elementary schools, secondary schools, and colleges?

How do patterns of opportunity vary at each level?

How do these educational opportunities compare with the historical patterns?

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Who in contemporary America has the greatest opportunities to attend preschools, elementary schools, secondary schools, and colleges?

Based on the ability to pay for better education at good quality educational schools, colleges and universities, affluent students and learners have the most direct opportunity to attend such educational institutes.

With affluence, another aspect is also parental encouragement for the children and youth to pursue educational excellence and develop their knowledge, learned skills and a positive attitude towards a continued sense of enthusiasm for life-long learning.
In the students themselves, presence of an ideal sense of commitment to learning is important. With that in mind, they can work on their educational endeavors and seek better educational opportunities.

How do patterns of opportunity vary at each level?

It is true that even with affluence and parental encouragement as well as personal commitment to ...

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