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The Problem

Teens want to grow up fast and start earning their own money, but a high school diploma does not equip them to face the reality of earning a living in the 21st Century.

Many students, especially those in the inner cities, are disinterested in regular course curriculums being offered by the school systems. Some advance from one level to the next barely achieving a passing grade; others drop out without so much as the basic skills needed to earn a living. They think life would be less complicated if they didnít have to learn a lot of useless stuff.

Although such behavior is considered most prevalent in poor and minority communities, these problems plague our youth even in the most affluent neighborhoods. Children who lack focus and motivation are easily lured by peer pressure into believing there is excitement and easy money to be made in potentially dangerous activities that include violence, substance abuse and crime. There is a real need for classroom instruction in a field of opportunity that encompasses basic school subjects yet holds a studentís interest and gives them hope for a bright and prosperous future.



 
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