Quotes of Note

“When you look at predictions, they’re saying in 25 years, 75 percent of new jobs will be STEM-related,” said Regina Renaldi, assistant superintendent of priority programs, SVVSD. “You don’t have to tell (students) what (they’re) going to be, but if we at least expose them to those kinds of future job opportunities, we’re helping kids to be ready for their futures.
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"U.S. millennials, ages 16 to 34, scored at or near the bottom in an OECD international test of adult work skills."

"The study called into question America’s educational credentialing system. While few American test-takers lacked a high school degree, the United States didn’t perform any better than countries with relatively high rates of failing to finish high school. And our college graduates didn’t perform well, either."

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