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Building Global Economies: From the Schoolhouse to the Workplace

Schools need to be globally competitive. The best graduates from New York City’s schools are not competing for jobs with the best graduates of Boston’s schools; but with the best graduates in the world. If we look at most of the world’s problems (poverty, disease, AIDS, hunger) the root cause is the lack of education. Nations need to improve their educational systems in order to improve their economies.


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