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March 7: Putin's Motivation
Take our quiz to find out what kind of Vancouver neighborhood suits your lifestyle.
Yes. Training needs to start young for students who someday will fill jobs in technology, engineering and health care. (57.84% - 118 votes)
No. Children shouldn't have to commit to a career path until their high school days are over. Middle schoolers are much too young to make career choices. (12.25% - 25 votes)
No. Public schools should just teach the basics and hold everyone to high standards. That's the best way to prepare tomorrow's workforce. (29.90% - 61 votes)
Total Votes: 204