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January 20, 2005

Model Citizens

Three celebrities from Alabama have agreed to serve as role models for students in career and technical education programs.

The Alabama Board of Education passed resolutions last week commending actress Courteney Cox Arquette, former professional football and baseball star Bo Jackson and pop singer Lionel Richie for agreeing to be role models for career and technical education students. All three celebrities attended public schools in Alabama.


Posted by Lawren at January 20, 2005 06:26 AM

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Wow, that's like California commending Paris Hilton and Nicole Ritchie as role models for career education (assuming either of them managed to graduate high school).

Surely there were role models with accomplishments in actual career and technical fields, even in Alabama.

Says: mike at January 20, 2005 07:35 AM

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