Cashing In

October 2007
Weekly Reader News - Senior;10/19/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 7, p3
The article debates whether children should be paid for doing well in school. Andrew Jing of Texas disagrees with the idea saying that good grades in schools is what children should be aiming for. Katelyn Vlastaris of Ohio, on the other hand, supports the idea, because she says that by paying children for doing good in adults will help them prepare for the real world.


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