NBC Education Nation

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another day at the office . . . I got to attend NBC Education Nation where lawmakers and CEOs of major companies in Georgia discussed the disparities of the education system, providing needed skills to the current workforce and how teachers can better educate students to be workforce-ready.  It was pretty cool, even though I didn’t get to meet David Gregory, NBC’s moderator for Meet The Press, in person.

What are your thoughts on education?  How can we improve it?  There seems to be a disconnect between businesses who say there aren’t enough skilled workers and unemployed citizens unable to find jobs.  What is the solution?

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