It’s a little-known reality that reflects – and, because higher education is a strong route to the middle class, widens – the American income divide.
At Arizona State, students can use eAdvisor to get a “major map,” which charts a trail through the complicated combination of requirements. The online tool helps students stay on track to graduate. Courtesy of Arizona State University TEMPE, Ariz. – Devon Mills pulls out his smartphone at a Starbucks on the Arizona State University campus and
University of Nevada, Las Vegas LAS VEGAS – Just off the graveyard shift, Aaron Starks refuels with coffee in the early-morning quiet of the student union at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, steeling himself for his classes in electrical engineering. Starks, who is 27 and raising a 19-month-old daughter, is in his third year
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