Will choice in careers go away if we put ourselves into a situation where data is tracked and the government makes decisions to ensure that everyone has equal access to a good job?
According to Edifier: The gap is cut in half when both black and white non-college goers earned high-credentials. Similar results were found when looking at other indicators of having a career success such as if they had ever been unemployed or if their most current employer offered medical insurance.
I'm not against getting kids into college, but I'm against the belief that there needs to be public boarding schools to get rid of an achievement gap. I'm also against my child's cesarean birth following her to her first job as well.
We need to abolish the US department of education and let teachers teach again.
Let's let families decide what success means, and not big data.