American education from kindergarten through college is desperately in need of fundamental reengineering. As we’ve explained in previous issues, it is out of touch with the needs of the marketplace. Worse yet, it seems to exist for its own self-perpetuation, providing overpaid jobs for under-performing personnel. At the college level, the problem is not so much a matter of incompetence, but rather a system using a 19th century paradigm to address a 21st century problem. This has led to incredible cost escalation, declining results, and a growing dissatisfaction at many levels. What are the solutions? What are the obstacles? What lies ahead? We’ll show you.
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