So, I have a question about the following passage:
It matters where you go to college, plain and simple. Graduates of the most-select colleges often earn more than graduates of less-select public universities, who are employed at higher rates than those of community colleges, who get more calls from potential employers than graduates of online universities. A world where "44.8% of billionaires, 55.9% of [Forbes's most] powerful women, and 85.2% of [Forbes's most] powerful men" attended elite schools is not a place where college doesn't matter.
Does the last sentence ("A world where … doesn't matter.") mean It doesn't matter to get into an elite school or It's really a problem if you have not get in elite schools?