Rethinking the K–12 Education Crisis

To seize the opportunities inherent in the next phase of the Digital Techno-Economic Revolution, the United States must address its growing "skills gap." Providing ongoing professional and vocational education for Millennials, Xers, Boomers, and even the Silent Generation will deliver big short-term rewards. However, the bigger and more complex challenge is ensuring that Generation Z (and beyond) has access to K-12 education that prepares them for success in the 21st century. Despite nearly 30 years of K-12 school reform efforts, the United States still has .....

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