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Life After High School

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In the "Metropolitan Life Survey of the American Teacher 2000," students, parents, and teachers offered vastly different descriptions of the students' post-high-school plans. Teachers were the least likely to peg their students' future plans to attending a four-year college.

Which of the following BEST describes your/your child's/your students' main plan after you/he/she/they leave(s) high school?

SOURCE: "The Metropolitan Life Survey of the American Teacher 2000—Are We Preparing Students for the 21st Century?"

Vol. 20, Issue 5, Page 10

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