Ensuring students have the skills they need to succeed in college and the workforce is widely recognized as the ultimate goal of K-12 education. Toward this end, many states and districts have adopted and implemented college and career-readiness standards— a move that has caused some angst and outright rejection around the country.
While we know these are normal responses to change, we also know that new initiatives (especially within education) are hampered without community buy-in. How can we ensure that students will be ready for the real world. Let's develop "Real World University." What are your thoughts?
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