The Lost Generation: 8 Reasons Why America’s Youth Are Falling Behind

August 10, 2010 § Leave a comment

With the lack of state funding for higher education, rising tuition costs, staggering rates of student debt and limited job opportunities for young adults, America’s youth are lost. There’s a statistic to prove it: the U.S. dropped to 12th place in a recent ranking of the world’s most educated countries.

children need to be taught by adults who have been taught. Will the internet make up the difference? Other revolutions in the wind?

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