A Comparative Analysis of 21st Century Schools in the United States

In the 21st century, students must be prepared for a constantly changing world and trained to work in environments different from those of past decades. Jobs that can be outsourced to cheaper labor markets and those that can be automated inevitably are. With the exception of engineers and similarly specialized technical workers, college graduates often find themselves in low wage jobs for which they are overqualified because their training does not align to today’s job needs. Our schools have not made the leap from a model of factory assembly lines with days divided up into strictly scheduled periods and conceptualizing knowledge as content that simply needs to be slotted in by teachers to one designed for the 21st century global work force....to read / learn more, click here....
Source: Cheryl Ward