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In School for the First Time, Teenage Immigrants Struggle - The New York Times
In , 50 percent of all youth, ages 16—24, were employed, either full- or part-time. Youth enrolled in high school had an employment rate of 20 percent, while the rate was 45 percent for those in college, either full- or part-time. Those not enrolled in school had an employment rate of 72 percent. Conversely, 28 percent of this group was not employed, down from a peak of
By Mary Madden and Amanda Lenhart. All of the teens in our survey were asked about their experiences as passengers, and if they were 16 or older and have a cell phone, they were also asked about their own actions behind the wheel. Additionally, the Project and the University of Michigan conducted 9 focus groups with teens ages between June and October where the topic of driving and mobile phones was addressed. At the same time, texting at the wheel is less common than having a conversation on the phone while driving.
Fanta Konneh is the first girl in her family to go to school. Not the first to go to college, or to graduate from high school. Fanta, 18, who grew up in Guinea after her family fled Liberia, became the first to walk into a classroom of any kind last year. I can say many things I did not know before.