We Need to Give Vocational Training the Second Wind it Deserves

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Traditional four-year tracks, frankly, aren’t working for most. And it’s sinking us—and our economy—leagues-deep in student loan debt.

It’s estimated that only about 30 percent of at-age students fit what educators call “the college model.” On the other hand, nearly all youths, regardless of demographic and socio-economic placement, can flourish in…

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