School Counselors Grapple with Military Recruitment Mounting casualties in Iraq and new access given the military to high school students under federal law have made some counselors wary. While they they understand that the military can offer opportunity, they also know that service is not as appealing as recruitment materials make it seem.
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School Counselors Grapple with Military Recruitment

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School Counselors Grapple with Military Recruitment

School Counselors Grapple with Military Recruitment

School Counselors Grapple with Military Recruitment

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Mounting casualties in Iraq and new access given the military to high school students under federal law have made some counselors wary. While they they understand that the military can offer opportunity, they also know that service is not as appealing as recruitment materials make it seem.