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and in saudi arabia, we see a brilliant example of what happens when a country decides to go into financial sation. instead of let's say, diversifying into actual productive economic activity. when you look at the landscape of our community, one of the things that keeps me up at night is our education attainment rates, 70 percent of our citizens. our neighbors that live with us have no post-secondary credential. today's economy is very demanding skills and skills means education. so getting a job these days with just a high school education is a lot harder than it used to make. the chances are that you're going to be in poverty or close of poverty and be especially difficult if you're trying to support a family. why did 20 different focus groups? i did surveys. i did interviews expecting to find that students were afraid of which they are, that students need more tutoring, which they do. but those weren't the barriers that students identified that were keeping him from being successful in the classroom. what students told me overwhelmingly, is the biggest barriers to their success in the cl
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