The increasing complexity of global business is requiring new skill sets to build a more competitive workforce. Many schools are adapting their curriculums to meet these demands, but how are they changing the ways students and teachers engage and interact with new information?
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation President John R.
As the summer winds down, staff at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation are getting ready for a busy month of events and new research.
America faces an ever-rising tide of red ink. We prioritize consumption over investment—the past over the future—and lock these commitments in with automatic spending increases that consume an ever-greater share of our federal budget.
How would the United States perform against the Belgians in a contest of educational performance? We’d get our tails kicked.
There are still far too many children in classrooms with teachers that are not adequately prepared. To address the problem, we can look at the institutions training them.