Details for Militarism in Schools: a Student's Perspective
|Name||Militarism in Schools: a Student's Perspective|
As students, we are constantly being targeted by the military, whether it’s through military recruiters at our schools, calls at our homes or even through our educational curriculum.
Toward the end of our high school years, we find ourselves deciding whether or not to pursue higher education or to choose what seems to be “the easy way out” (military, in some cases). Sometimes raised by immigrants or by a single parent, we struggle with the reality that we do not all receive equal access to resources to prepare us for college. What should be our right is only a privilege for a few.
Source: Nancy Cruz
|Filename||Militarism in Schools_Nancy_Cruz.pdf|
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|Created On:|| 06/24/2010 18:54|
|Last updated on|| 10/13/2013 05:30|
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