For decades, the only Americans well served by the enormous education industry have been those with the aptitude and ambition to enter conceptual fields like science, education, management, medicine, or law. Everyone else has been forced into a system increasingly ill-suited to preparing them for economic success. But finally, that’s about to change as America wakes up to the wisdom of the apprenticeship programs found in leading European economies. How can apprenticeships address the American “skills gap”? What are the implications for business, educational institutions, government, and workers? Who are the likely winners and losers? We’ll explain.
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