9/10/2008

If the U.S. does not create an education system that is capable of imparting 21st-century skills to learners, the country's economy and competitive standing in the world could suffer, says the Partnership for 21st Century Skills in a new report. "We need to recognize that a 21st-century education is the bedrock of competitiveness -- the engine, not simply an input, of the economy," the report states.

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