Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Problem of the “Skills Gap”

We keep hearing about a “skills gap” between employees and the jobs they perform. But what exactly does that mean? Are we not teaching people the skills they need in K – 12 education and college, or is it employers who … Continue reading

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Do We Need Personalized Learning?

Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to give nearly all of his money away. And, one of the top directions for his money is for “Personalized Learning.” Personalized learning is defined as learning that is paced and directed to a student’s ability and style. Can … Continue reading

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