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MarketWatch: The Cost of Dumbness
By SIMON CONSTABLE
We all know there’s a price for being dumb. The problem is quantifying it.
But now some researchers have an estimate of the cost of America’s failure to make the grade in the classroom. It will cost the U.S. economy close to $15 trillion through the year 2050.
That’s trillion, with a T. It’s enough money to wipe out nearly all of America’s debt.
February 26, 2014
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