Blame U.S. employers for the lack of talent needed to compete globally.
There is a major learning crisis in this country. Recent research shows that, in education, Americans are falling behind other nations and lack the critical skills needed to compete and win in the global marketplace.
While that is happening, global-scale surveys from employers reveal disenchantment with college graduates’ skills.
The sad fact is that we do have a learning crisis, and if we do not do something about it, Americans will have a lower standard of living in the future.
The truth is, we are not walking the talk. As a result, we are falling ever further behind our global competitors to the detriment of our children and grandchildren. They deserve better. As learning leaders we have the potential to make a contribution to correct this. Let’s lead.
Via Gust MEES