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The Aging Crisis: Education options attract families

There are 2 comments on the The Star Online story from Jun 24, 2013, titled The Aging Crisis: Education options attract families. In it, The Star Online reports that:

"Young professionals tend to settle in communities based on their lifestyle," said Debbie Clary, a former state senator and leader of the new local charter school Pinnacle Classical Academy.

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#1 Jun 25, 2013
n El Dorado, Ark., where a similar Promise program was previously launched, subdivisions were built and home sales increased by 4.3 percent because of the incentive that high school graduates could get a free college education, said Willie Green, who is leading the local Promise effort.

“Families relocated from 33 different states and 13 foreign countries to El Dorado because of the Promise program,” Green said.
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#2 Jun 25, 2013
Ain't everybody lucky to have this freakFag update on all the news. FkingHomoIdiot.

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