American students need to pick up the pace, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"Made in the USA" doesn't have the international cachet it once had. James Bond turned in his Aston Martin for a BMW, not a Cadillac. Your beloved flat-screen TV was probably manufactured in mainland China, like your kids' toys. Your children's clothes? Probably made in India. But there's one product made in the USA that is still highly respected: a college education.