Knowledge Letter - November 2018 - Social Mobility in Rural America

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How young people are climbing the income ladder in rural America
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November 2018
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Knowledge Letter
Strategies for Social Impact
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Social Mobility in Rural America
 
Social Mobility in Rural America
 
By Mark McKeag, Mike Soskis, Luis Ramos & Bill Breen 

Through the voices of local youth and community leaders, this field report identifies rural communities whose young people are climbing the income ladder and explores the factors that may be supporting their success.
 
 
 
 
 
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