If the United States doesn’t start effectively competing educationally on a global front, it could affect our standard of living, Marc S. Tucker, an internationally recognized education expert, said in Des Moines on March 4.
Don’t see it? Consider:
- Top-performing education systems are producing more well-educated graduates than in the United States.
- Those graduates can be hired for a fraction of the cost of their U.S. counterparts.
- The internet has made hiring employees internationally easy – and necessary for businesses that want to remain competitive in the global market.