March 23, 1994
Vol. 13, Issue 26
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PAGE 30 - Commentary
For years, high school students have been asking us to tell them exactly what the things we have them learn in school have to do with what they'll need to know in the real world. And as U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich has pointed out, we've had a hard time answering them.
PAGE 33 - Commentary
Expect more from students, and they'll deliver. Set challenging yet attainable targets for what they should know and then help them achieve.
PAGE 44 - Commentary
If there is a single feature which distinguishes our European competitors, it is the industry-driven nature of their training for young people.
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