No rung ladders and “Lucky 13”: Workfare, poverty and education

No rung ladder: Some workfare policies are blocking access to a proven way out of poverty – higher education.

Lucky 13: New plan aims to prepare Washington students for the 21st century by publicly funding a 13th year of education or training.

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