Millennials Believe American Education Needs to Change
New GenForward data provides first-ever deep dive into Millennials’ views on education by race and ethnicity.
From the survey's introduction:
Millennials believe the American education system is leaving students behind, but differ by race and ethnicity on why, according to new data from the GenForward survey at the University of Chicago. Majorities of Millennials give their own education an “A” or “B” grade, but the nation’s public schools score lower. Only 26 percent of African Americans, 31 percent of Asian Americans, 32 percent of Latins and 20 percent of whites give public schools an “A” or “B”.