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"A new report suggests that American high school students are looking to be more challenged by their schools, but these youngsters may not meet those challenges in an ethical way. The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans has released its annual report on 'The State of Our Nation's Youth,' a comprehensive study based on a survey of 1,005 young people between the ages of 13 and 19 from across the U.S. that lets America's youth convey their perspectives on a variety of issues. Students surveyed for the 2005 report said if their high schools asked them to work harder, they would rise to meet those challenges. However, many also indicate that they are willing to cheat in order to make the grade...The 2005 survey found that, as teens deal with the pressures that accompany being a teenager and the looming challenges of the world after high school, many are now, more than ever, turning to their families for support. The State of Our Nation's Youth report states that many students said, granted one wish, they would choose more time with their families over a bigger house, more money for material things, or more time for individual spiritual pursuits."  ---Jim Brown

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