Phát âm chuẩn – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: The Plague History (VOA)

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First lady Michelle Obama launched a media campaign last week designed to help more young people go to college. A new social media website called Better Make Room is at the center of the campaign. Better Make Room targets young people aged 14 to 19. Obama calls this group “Generation Z.” The goal is to get the site’s audience to share pictures, stories and short videos about their experiences applying to college. The website will also supply information about college entrance exams, financial aid and visiting campuses. At a White House event in February, Obama said she believes that education is the single-most important civil rights issue that we face today. She hopes young people who use the site will feel supported by their shared experiences. She also wants people who seek education to receive the same support and respect as those who seek fame. Several famous people are showing their support for the campaign. Singer Ciara put a picture of herself at the White House on Twitter with the hashtag #BetterMakeRoom. Basketball player LeBron James joined the first lady at an education event at the University of Akron last Wednesday. Many groups are also supporting the Better Make Room campaign. They include websites Vine, College Humor, and Funny or Die. Television networks NBC Universal, The CW and A&E are partners also. The Obamas’ older daughter, Malia, will complete high school in the spring. She is currently applying to colleges.

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