The article looks briefly at a growing trend of offering college courses to high school students through their high school, alluding to the pros and cons of it in a balanced way. Including links to studies mentioned in the article (one of which isn't named) would provide additional necessary information.
Yes. Good sources, balanced report, from a trusted news source.
The highest share of college graduates of any country means nothing if these kids cannot think on their own. One of the biggest problems we have in this country is that the student-turned-employee cannot perform on the job to match what is expected in having that bachelor's degree. I interviewed a University of Kentucky journalism school graduate who had a 3.5 but could not tell me what the five W's stood for in writing a news piece. She did not get the job.
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I think that this is quality journalism because it goes in depth about high school students getting ahead in school by taking college classes. It also uses specific examples of students who are trying to move closer to getting their Associates or Bachelors degree.