Generational Alliance: Social Security as a Bank for Education and Training

The solvency of Social Security ultimately depends on economic prosperity, and economic prosperity on productivity and education. College costs, however, are becoming prohibitive, and technical training is weak. Investing part of the Social Security surpluses in a better trained workforce could strengthen economic growth, equitable access to education, and links between the generations.

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