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Teenagers Face Challenges of Both Work and School

An article that appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times on February 22 talked about the juggling act some high school teenagers must face when they are both working and going to school.
An article that appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times on February 22 talked about the juggling act some high school teenagers must face when they are both working and going to school. Margaret Terry Orr, Associate Professor of Education in the Department of Organization and Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia University, was quoted in the article, titled "Pupils Struggle To Juggle Job, School," and said that while working can provide teenagers with additional skills, there should be a balance between work and school.

For more information, go to
Chicago Sun-Times.

Published Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2002

Teenagers Face Challenges of Both Work and School

An article that appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times on February 22 talked about the juggling act some high school teenagers must face when they are both working and going to school. Margaret Terry Orr, Associate Professor of Education in the Department of Organization and Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia University, was quoted in the article, titled "Pupils Struggle To Juggle Job, School," and said that while working can provide teenagers with additional skills, there should be a balance between work and school.

For more information, go to
Chicago Sun-Times.
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