U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation President John R.
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.
As an engineer working for a global communications networking company, I cannot overstate the value of having a good education. My teenage son, however, is more amazed by the fact that I was schooled during the “B.C. era” -- before computers.
The head of Denver's chamber of commerce offers her support for Common Core education standards.
What is it going to take to become one of the top-performing countries again? Are there reforms that U.S. states could implement to show real student improvement on the global stage?