Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Which came first?

We’ve talked a lot on this blog about the relationship between the health care crisis and education, the idea that the fate of the two entities are inextricably linked, and the idea that universal health care could assuage so many of the problems in public education – from the achievement gap to labor-management relations.

A recent issue brief from the Alliance for Excellent Education makes the corollary argument: lower drop-out rates, and you will solve the health insurance crisis.

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