In today’s fast-changing world, where many jobs of the future are yet to be defined, are we doing enough to prepare our students to succeed in college and career?
By Thomas J. Donohue and John Engler
America's public K-12 education system isn't making the grade.
In 2011, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce published a compilation of case studies highlighting the value of business involvement in education reform.
The U.S. relies heavily upon technology and innovation for its economic strength, yet it is consistently being reported that American students lag behind their international peers when it comes to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Businesses realize that a strong education system is vital to ensure a strong workforce that will help their business grow and prospect in the future.