An in-depth study based on a national random sample telephone survey of young adults, along with focus groups. The study sample includes those who have degrees, those who have graduated from vocational and technical schools, those who never went on to higher education or who dropped out, those who are full-time students, and those who are working. The survey demonstrates that regardless of race or ethnic background, financial or educational attainment, most young Americans believe that continuing to study after high school is an advantageous step. (PDF file - 50 pages)
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