The 21st century workplace requires workers who have advanced skills and can adapt to change. We need to upgrade America’s skill set to remain competitive in a global economy.
U.S. students slipped from 11th to 21st in reading, 20th to 24th in science, and 25th to 31st in math.
The Department of Education needs to rethink proposed gainful employment rules for higher education institutions.
Education reforms like the Common Core State Standards have shown significant impacts on math and reading scores.
Thirty-six states scored higher than the international average in math.
Part of the success is the insistence on the highest standards by school leadership and constant professional development for teachers.
Are we going to change the way we educate and train our workforce, or are we going to continue to see our competitor outperform us?
The modern economy has negatively impacted young people in the U.S. It's time to upgrade the education and workforce training systems to keep up.
Raising student test scores in the U.S. up to the level in Canada could increase growth by $77 trillion over the next 80 years.
Tennessee may not renew a teacher's licenses if they aren't showing improvements in student achievement.