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GUEST,mgarvey@pacifier.com Educated folk? The folk degree (74* d) RE: Educated folk? The folk degree 09 Nov 01


Here's my opinion -- all high school graduates should have salable skills, so they can support themselves and a child (not counting daycare costs..I'll leave that ot of the equation). To my way of thinking, the late teen and early adult years should be spent insuring that one has marketable skills. In addition, a person could take whatever personally fulfilling classes he/she wants. There could be some exceptions, but I don't think a whole lot. You can be a philosopher and an electrician, a folk musicologist and an LPN. Things are not mutually exclusive, in general. mg


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