By Angie Burkhart |Staff Writer| Employers and college graduates are equally responsible for high unemployment and underemployment rates among college graduates as colleges and universities are. "About 1.5 million, or 53.6 percent, of bachelor's-degree holders under the age of 25 last year were jobless or underemployed, the highest share in at least 11 years," reports the Associated Press. This statistic is alarming, and I believe some are quick to point the finger at colleges and universities while overlooking other important culprits. I believe the companies doing the hiring play a large role in these unemployment rates. "For our nation's youngest workers, as well as for the … [Read more...] about Who is responsible for underemployment?
By Angie Burkhart |Staff Writer| The problem with teachers bearing arms is that we do not have the ability to predict whether extensive training will prepare teachers to switch between teaching to killing in a matter of seconds. With repeated acts of gun violence and intrusions within schools over the years, some districts and teachers have decided to take responsibility into their own hands. “Legally gun owning adults are now allowed to carry guns in public schools in more than two dozen states, from kindergarten classrooms to high school hallways,” stated author Kate Murphy in her ABC News article ‘F’ is for Firearm: More Teachers Authorized to Carry Weapons in … [Read more...] about Educated but not armed: Teachers don’t need guns