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A Generational View

A poll commissioned last year by the Girl Scout Research Institute shows that the majority of U.S. girls and boys don't want to be leaders. Those who do tend to be African Americans, Hispanics or female Asians.


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Many Potential Leaders of Tomorrow Reject the Role
Article | A new nationwide survey of girls and boys found that a majority of children and youths in the United States have little or no interest with achieving leadership roles when they become adults, ranking "being a leader" behind other goals such as "fitting in," "making a lot of money" and "helping an...

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