Social class and education interact in at least two ways. First, a higher education requires money plus motivation. Second, the amount and kind of education affects the class rank secured. It not only brings occupational skills, it also brings changes in jested, interests, goals, etiquette, pectin' one's total way of life. In some ways, education may be even more important than occupation. DR. Fronzo [19731 found that blue- . collar workers differed widely from white-collar workers in personal and social attitudes but that, these differences largely disappeared when. education was comparable.