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Author(s):Terenzini, P., Cabrera, A., and Bernal, E
Title:Swimming against the tide: The poor in American higher education
Short Description:By the ninth grade, most students have developed occupational and educational expectations that are strongly related to socioeconomic status, all of them unfavorable to low-socioeconomic status students.
Annotation:By the ninth grade, most students have developed occupational and educational expectations that are strongly related to socioeconomic status, all of them unfavorable to low-socioeconomic status students in comparison with their more affluent counterparts.
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Educational Attainment/College Degree Completion
Employment and Workforce Development
Low-Income Students

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