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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