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Topic - Matt James
American parents remain shellshocked by the Great Recession and worry about supporting their children, the weight of federal debt and the cost of college, said a survey released Wednesday.
This much we know: Brian Kelly didn't come to Notre Dame to be part of 7-5 seasons. But in this instance, in his first eventful and emotional year as head coach of the Irish, he'll gladly take it.
"If our future workforce is going to be competitive, we need to make investments in children today. That is why issues of the family must be front and center during this election cycle," says Matt James, president of the Center for the Next Generation, a partner in the project.
"Parents have some very, very serious concerns about being able to support their families in today's difficult economy, and they are demanding that government provide some help and some answers," said Matt James, president of the center.