What can the U.S. learn from Switzerland?High school students can learn to work and learn about work as part of their education program, a process that keeps them engaged in learning and helps strengthen their country’s economy.
Top-down reforms have a long history of failure. A middle-driven approach of coordinated change, collective responsibility, and delegating resources and authority to school districts can yield positive results.
America’s long love affair with a traditional four-year college education may be shifting. Americans say college is too expensive but expect their children to attend. Will the next generation have it better?