In recent years, it has become evident to parents, teachers, superintendents, school committees, and lawmakers that the educational model we are currently using is in desperate need of an overhaul. The way we teach and the way students learn will have a significant impact on our economy in the coming years. Right now, that educational model is broken and needs to be overhauled to meet those needs.
Simply put, we must find ways to expand access to educational opportunities for all our students, teach viable work-related skills, and most importantly, insure we include students in the bottom of the income bracket. Our local and statewide economy is dependent on all of us to insure all students have the skill set for today’s workplace.
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