Unemployment and the reading problem

February 1963
Saturday Evening Post;2/9/1963, Vol. 236 Issue 5, following p68
Comments on the unemployment and reading problems in the U.S. Projections on the number of people entering the labor market without a high-school diploma; Reasons contributing to the increase in school dropouts; Proportion of retrainees barred in retraining programs because of illiteracy.


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