Mary Sanchez emerges from quasi-retirement to remind us that higher education no longer provides a clear path to success. It turns out that working on garnering a sizeable social media following is probably more beneficial and lucrative for the vast majority of NEXTGEN students who were likely just going to spend four years binge drinking and sexually experimenting.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be young for many high schoolers, particularly seniors. The pandemic has chipped away at students' energy, enthusiasm and motivation to plan for their education after high school, educators say. Many seniors simply want to graduate from high school.