BY RONALD L. MCNINCH
Since neither of my parents finished eighth grade, they both had a high value for education. It was just a part of their generation; high school wasn’t really a requirement for life. To be frank, it was a bit of a luxury. But they wanted the best for their children and high school was a definite requirement. Because I wanted to become an army officer, I became the first person in my family to earn a college degree. Two of my sisters became nurses with college degrees after they saw I had . . .
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