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More on the Push for Career Training

By Richard Whitmire — February 02, 2011 1 min read

Too many students being launched into four-year colleges? That’s an easy argument to make. What’s not so easy is to focus on the real deficit, which is preparing K-12 students for the inevitable post-high school training they will need. Forget the four-year argument.

RiShawn Biddle adds his best to the debate.

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