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April 22, 2013

CUMMINS: My, how things change overnight

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 In the past few years, however, significant studies and surveys reveal women are surpassing men in academic achievement and other constructive endeavors. More women are attending college, graduating and going on to attain higher degrees and better jobs in industry, government and the professions. More men, though, are degreed from baby-care institutes and junior-high food schools.

When men change their 3,405th diaper, they will re-group and reverse this trend, years after Michelle Obama’s second term.

— Contact Terry Cummins at TLCTLC@AOL.com

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