Schools must cultivate skills that translate to work
Education must include practical opportunities to fail and take risks, and to gain real-world experience that develops the skills typically absent from syllabi.
Does high school adequately prepare students for the workforce? Former high school educator David Muhammad doesn’t think so. He says students are learning to “do school,” when doing well in school doesn’t necessarily translate to doing well in the workforce.
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