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“Youth Radio: Explain in a nutshell, the findings of your workforce readiness research with regards to the need for non-academic skills.”
“To contemporary Americans, it was almost inconceivable that a country would spend so much on their non-academic kids.”
“Personally (and not letting my total ignorance of the matter be the slightest impediment to expressing a strong opinion), I think something like your original idea, as I understood it, combined perhaps with a slightly more developed personal dimension, to give it a grounding or continuity as well as the all-important non-academic feel, has the makings of the book you seek.”
“Law school is tough on everyone but more so on mature students who often have non-academic obligations such as family, work, and debt.”
“The reviews, written in non-academic language, are intended to help policy makers, reporters, and others assess the merits of the reviewed reports.”
“The policy also calls on economists to apply the same principles in press interviews, government testimony and other non-academic work.”
“His detachment and gray calm were excused by her mother as acceptable traits for a man with his distinctions—a history professor at Baylor University whose tenure, for the most part, was based on the non-academic applications of his research by the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.”
“This makes it uniquely potent as a tool for changing the minds of the educated public on trade, and an excellent "bridge" between the educated non-academic understanding and more academic knowledge of the subject.”
“Since the book was written for non-academic readers, no attributions were used or footnoted in the final edited copy.”
“After a Library of Congress, this is a largest non-academic living room in a United States.”
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