Tennessee Raises Bar for Students

Wednesday, January 12, 2011Printer-friendly version

Marshall County Schools Director Roy Dukes notes that, "Competition for jobs is now worldwide; Technology is causing profound changes; The U. S. no longer holds a corner on the market for "highly qualified" workers; and, workers require more education than ever. Future jobs require: Higher-order thinking skills; Ability to problem-solve; Ability to approach a situation analytically; and, Ability to think outside the box." Read the article.