David G. Hills (Adcdave@AOL.COM)
Sat, 9 Mar 1996 19:47:49 -0500
We have all been discussing only that former scouts are more likely to be
successful in some areas than non-scouts. We have tended to pat ourselves on
the back for this, but we should be looking deeper.
More importantly, which is cause and which is effect? Did we do a good job,
or are we not reaching the underclass? Are we really reaching the poorer
class and raising them to the middle class? Or are we only reaching the sons
of the highly educated, high income, middle class?
This has been a major concern for some time now. What is the real situation?
Do we have a problem, and can we do anything about it? Or are we in good
shape, and we should continue to do as we are?
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City