In listing the many critical-care challenges our economy faces, President Barack Obama, in his first address before Congress, said few priorities are more important to the nation’s global competitiveness than improving education for all Americans.Giving voice to a sad reality many elected officials, business leaders and educators have long known but which few have discussed publicly, President Obama said a high school education would not be enough to compete in the years to come.“Every ...

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