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Maura Banta

The value of teaching 21st-century skills

By Maura Banta
February 24, 2009

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The debate over the value of teaching students so-called "21st century skills" is baffling. These skills -- problem-solving, financial and business literacy, global awareness, and innovation -- are the number one job requirements for anyone interested in success after high school. (Full article: 642 words)

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