- A key part of the American Dream is the idea that anyone can make it to the top, no matter where you come from.
- But a World Bank report shows that it’s more likely for children from modest backgrounds to reach a higher economic echelon in most countries than it is in the US.
- Nearly all of the high-income countries in the study fared better on a metric of intergenerational educational mobility than the US.
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