From NPR’s Day to Day show comes this story on a study released today indicating that sons today are faring less well economically than their fathers. Specifically:
on average, 30-something males make about 12 percent less than they would have 30 years ago.
Additional commentary is provided by a high school social studies teacher, the son of a mortgage banker.
Perhaps, rather than “No Child Left Behind” [NCLB], we should be have “Ok, So Many Of You Are Going To Be Left Behind your Parents’ Generation. Now, How Far Will Your Slide Be?” [OSMOYAGTBLBYPGNHFWYSB]
Even Margaret Spellings would have trouble spinning that one on Jon Stewart.