Life After High School

Life After High School

According to Life After High School, a new survey by Public Agenda, most adults between the ages of 18 and 25 believe strongly in the value of higher education, but many, especially minorities, lack the financial resources to pursue or complete a degree. Funded by the College Board and the GE, George Gund, W.K. Kellogg, and KnowledgeWorks foundations, the survey also examines the hit-or-miss careers path of young people who enter the work force without a degree.