AMERICA LEADS WORLD IN HIGH-SCHOOL DROP OUTS 10/23/2008


By Moody Adams
The 2006 Gates Foundation-funded survey of high school students, "The Silent Epidemic: Perspectives of High School Dropouts." "The Silent Epidemic" says one of every four high school students finish high school.

The US leads the world’s industrialized nations in dropouts.

This is the first generation in American history that will have less education than their parents.

The parents and the government have decided keeping children “happy” is more important than educating them or requiring them to obey.

We have a generation that wants to study less, spend more, and live to merely “have fun.”


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