Young people entering the workforce with only a high school diploma (or less) likely will spend their lives stuck in low-wage jobs.
The annual GDP of India is 1.8 trillion; however, only 3.9 per cent of it goes to the education system.
There are even more computing jobs available outside of coding.
These new types of exams, called "problem-and-technology-based" assessments, measure how students arrive at an answer.
Nearly half of this vulnerable population is chronically disconnected.
Where choice exists, student performance levels are improving faster than where it is absent.
Freedom of thought has morphed into indoctrination of thought.
The TeachStrong principles reflect some key ideas about how to elevate the profession, such as paying teachers more.
Education Savings Accounts would let parents shop for the education that best suits their kids.
In many parts of America, families do not enjoy much educational choice.