The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 24, 1998 · Page 12
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

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12A THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1998 5T ; More graduates ; The number of high school graduates is predicted to , reach record levels in the next century. I INSURED CD ALTERNATIVES "Hcrcs char aie may always have a clean 8hiRr, a clean conscience and a sear or Rooney's Pu&lic House. 1 Florida high school graduates 160,000 S Lake Worth BocaDelray 6970263 422-8081 Rhoades Financial Group 3767 Lake Worth Road Lake Worfh - ji'-,.:..,.,;,: 4. -.L. ,.,.'....'.;.;:'..;..'.!. I.''S -.-'4 140,000 120,000 100,000 ' 80,000 ' 60,000 ., 40,000 : 20,000 0 Starting Wednesday, March 25th -Open 11:00 am for lunch! Do you know a place... where you can hear the Buskers preform on Grafton Street in Dublin Centre? Do you know a place... where you can taste true Guinness and fresh oysters at Moran's. I do. This place exists right here in South Floiida. My name is Kevin Kenny; one of your culinary consultants at Rooney's Public House. Please join me for a true Irish experience in America. 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CALL 5 1 1 is a service of The Palm Beach Post, Sun-Sentinel and Real Yellow Pages I Boomers to compete with j record number of grads I for jobs, government cash g ou iRish qxpemeucc Q ffdbmC ' By Scott Shepard J Palm Beach Post Washington Bureau ' , WASHINGTON A demo ; , graphic wave rivaling the Baby Boomers will push the number of all-time high of 3.1 million recorded in 1979 as the last of the so-called "Baby Boomer" generation, which began in 1946, completed high school. The anticipated new record in 2008 will occur just three years before the first members of the Boomer generation reach the retirement age of 65. Already, there are signs of ;4 ml a an FREE i T) Ds U Jysft conflict between the two generations. In Arizona, for example, retirement communities are seeking de-annexation from school districts in order to avoid paying taxes for schools. "This is going to increase, because everybody in America has someone in their family who is old, getting older or about to retire," said Childers. "On the other hand, only one in four fam video utoscope i;necK - J We can check for it with our Video Otoscope.j ' I You see what we see, right on a - I TV screen! If there's any amount of wax blockagej you'll know immediately "i -Fre color photo of your ear lor you and your doctor's record "1 FREE Ds Dft Jysti S&DDnoses - 1 1 ilies has a student in the public schools. So the pressures are going to be very high to solve retirement issues instead of education. And unless we're going to both, there's going to be real conflict." Most of the growth in the if there's abnormal pressure on your eardrum rrom tnese common causes. i Free computer print-out ol your test results ' "Note' "Of 3 medical test - (2) (3) i FREE I Bone Conduction Test I high early in the next century, a i new study predicted Monday. ! This new generation of high I school graduates, concentrated I along the southern rim of the na-1 tion, will be the most racially and ! ethnically diverse in the country's j history, the study said. - But the researchers warned ) that state and federal policy- makers are not adequately pre- paring for this population bulge. ' "Planning needs to be done now to accommodate these enor-j rnous changes," said Richard 1 Jonsen, executive director of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. "That planning doesn't seem to be go- ing on." "If we don't find ways to pro-1 vide quality post-secondary edu- cation and training" for this gen- eration, said Robin Etter Zuniga, i the study's chief investigator, ' "we're risking the creation of a i large underclass without the ; necessary skills and training to ; compete." i Instead, the education debate t at the federal level between the Clinton administration and Con- gress has focused primarily on ! national academic standards and j tax credits for parents. ' Complicating the picture, ed-j ucation experts warn, is the fact j that the nation's high schools will be graduating record numbers of j students at about the same time I that the first Boomers will be j reaching retirement age. j What is likely to occur, they i said, is a confrontation as the j swelling ranks of high school j graduates and aging Boomers j compete for government servic-1 es.' j "WeYe in for a real period of i Inter-generational conflict," said j John Childers, vice president for j government relations for the i College Board, which provides I services and research to high J schools and colleges. I The new study, titled ' .."Kicking at the College Door" ! ; and published jointly by the Col-S ; lege Board and Western Inter-! ; state Commission for Higher Ed- )l nratinn nrniprts that thp hirh Ds U Yow Middle Our Mnev Eacr? inner ears are functioning properly. If they're not, we'll refer you to a doctor for further advice. 'Note: not a medical test FREE number of high school graduations over the next decade will take place in the West and the South, according to the WICHE and College Board study. This underscores the differences in the original Baby Boom generation and its "boomlet" successor. The boomer generation is 75 percent white, 11 percent black, 9 percent Hispanic and 4 percent Asian, Pacific Islander, American Indian or Native Alaskan. But the boomlet generation is 67 percent white, 15 percent black, 14 percent Hispanic and 5 percent Asian, Pacific Islander, American Indian or Native Alaskan. In the West, the number of Hispanic high school graduates is expected to increase 26 percent by the year 2001. The South, already with the E3)o You Miss I CeirttaSira Soymidls? Pure-Tone Test We'll use the latest computerized electronic equipment to see if you're hearing the full spectrum of sounds like you should. Free copy of test results (5) FREE Sound Field Test Bo You Miss Some Wovds? 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