The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), set in 2000 by 189 United Nations members, were aimed at significantly improving social and economic conditions in the world's poor countries by 2015.
America’s public K-12 education system isn’t making the grade. It’s not adequately preparing our students to succeed in college or the modern workforce. It’s not delivering the skilled workers that businesses need to drive stronger economic growth.
The world market relies heavily on male-owned businesses.
This summer the UPS Foundation announced $7.6 million in donations to 41 diversity, education, and veteran and military support nonprofit orga
If you are a regular reader of the Chamber Foundation's education blog, you know that one way to assess the quality of our nation’s education system is to look at other industrialized nations for comparison.
Should states only set educational standards that are easily attainable? Apparently, that's what many critics of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) believe. This notion should drive every parent insane.