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For years, college-for-all was the dominant narrative of pundits, parents, and high school guidance counselors.
For years, college-for-all was the dominant narrative of pundits, parents, and high school guidance counselors.
 
As young people worry about their futures, going to college isnít necessarily their first step toward a good job.
As young people worry about their futures, going to college isnít necessarily their first step toward a good job.
 
Can you remember the ďlazy, hazy, crazy days of summer, those months without early risings, homework, tests and structure?
Can you remember the ďlazy, hazy, crazy days of summer, those months without early risings, homework, tests and structure?
 
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) recently cosponsored a Senate resolution to recognize the immeasurable benefits of the national 4-H program for young people and its newly-launched "Grow True Leaders" campaign. The Senate unanimously passed the resolution yesterday.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) recently cosponsored a Senate resolution to recognize the immeasurable benefits of the national 4-H program for young people and its newly-launched "Grow True Leaders" campaign. The Senate unanimously passed the resolution yesterday.
 
Researchers from Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill presented their report on the effects of alcohol on the brains of young people to the Governor's Substance Abuse and Underage Drinking Prevention and Treatment Task Force today. Governor Pat McCrory requested the report in December.
Researchers from Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill presented their report on the effects of alcohol on the brains of young people to the Governor's Substance Abuse and Underage Drinking Prevention and Treatment Task Force today. Governor Pat McCrory requested the report in December.
 
It's graduation season. Public and private schools across the country are turning out freshly-indoctrinated young people into the workforce.
It's graduation season. Public and private schools across the country are turning out freshly-indoctrinated young people into the workforce.
 
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