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What does the future look like for a country that’s still wracked by racism, where four of five teens believe discrimination will be a fixture in their lives? 57 47 About three in five teens (57%) agree that people should be married before having sex. A little less than half of teens (47%) agree that the term marriage should apply only when it’s between a man and a woman. PERCENT 1966: THE ILLUSION OF CAREFREE NEWSWEEK’S “The Teen-Agers” issue in 1966 hit news- stands with a young blonde on its cover—a California girl in white Wranglers and a yellow sweater, sitting on the back of a motorcycle, clutching a guy and flashing a spectacular smile.
He did his homework, practiced piano two hours a day. In his free time, he played hockey on the roof of his school and wandered through museums and galleries, and hoped for a girlfriend. His parents were divorced; he had two younger brothers. Every Saturday, he spent five hours at a rundown community center on the Lower East Side teaching children to read. Even at that age, he was sophisticated enough to understand life beyond his privileged bubble: “Everyone is always talking about the big problems of today’s teenagers.
They’re ready to give exposure to education. But there’s a limit. ” Nambissan is not starry-eyed. This is what I most like about her. She says the school tries its best to arm its students with basic skills to survive in the modern economy—chiefly, the ability to communicate in English. Most of these kids want to graduate from college, but Nambissan knows they will need much more. A college degree is no guarantee of a steady paycheck for most Indians of Varsha’s generation. Nambissan is convinced they will need to learn a marketable trade, which is not part of the formal school curriculum.
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