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Since the March release in the White House East Room of the Education Department's slim volume titled "What Works," the overwhelming response to it from within and without the education community has been positive, even laudatory.
By the time kids reach high school, families are dealing with a youth culture that has its own powerful mores and values and is inaccessible to adults.
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