The apprenticeship model in Europe has more promise for preparing students for the workforce than our nation’s current school-to-work pipeline with companies footing the bill.
Dr. Gary Houchens of Western Kentucky University explains why he is concerned about the trend to oversell workforce readiness in K-12 education.
Silicon Valley tech companies want taxpayers to pay for public schools to teach coding to prepare more American students to go to work for them.
Lynne Taylor and Kirsten Lombard discuss the shift away from classical education toward workforce development that led to many “reforms” we fight today.
Even before the development of Common Core we have seen a shift in education towards workforce development model at the expense of liberal arts.
James Flynn says Millennials have a higher IQ than previous generations but is concerned they are not reading history or serious novels.
ACT Foundation and the Institute for the Future give their vision of the future of education surrounding a tool called The Ledger which is downright scary.
Holy Cross Academy in Oneida, NY realizes that it’s to do more than prepare students for the workforce a goal of Common Core which they say is limiting.
Curriculum is being developed that will introduce the problem-solving process that is basic to science, technology, engineering and math fields in preschool.
Gee, I’m so thrilled that Governor Mike Pence “repealed” the Common Core in Indiana. *Snort* Now he’s turning his attention to student data. The Indianapolis Star reports that Indiana will track Hoosier students from school to the workplace. Imagine a giant database filled with every Hoosier student’s elementary and high school achievement test scores, SAT […]