My Favorite Quotes
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 John Bridgeland - “In fact, these kids cite too much freedom, which surprised us. They get to high school and all of a sudden under state law they're permitted to drop out, many of the kids know that. They want more order and rules and expectations.”
 John Bridgeland - “This survey provides strong indications that this is a problem that's solvable. The vast majority of young people who drop out can go on to graduate if provided help.”
 John Bridgeland - “Ohio is a public policy powerhouse.”
 Eric Bridgeland - “Give Illinois Wesleyan credit, they hit every look for about three or four minutes. We needed to get a couple of stops in a row and get a run, but it never came.”
 Eric Bridgeland - “That's how we like it. They are so structured and so big, in a half-court game we don't have a chance.”
 John Bridgeland - “They struck us as articulate, capable. These kids wanted to be doctors and nurses and engineers and astronauts and then they hit the schoolhouse door and they're confronted with an environment which is not inspiring, not engaging and often disorderly and unsafe.”