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Madison, Wis. - More math? Sure. Science literacy? Of course. Exposure to foreign languages? Yes.

Those skills represent part of what Wisconsin business leaders want to see in graduates of the state's K-12, technical college, and university systems. However, a set of attributes loosely described as life skills and the ability to cope and learn may be......

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If you were to advise an 8th grade student in preparing him or her to work for your company five to 10 years from now, what are the skills, knowledge, and abilities you believe would be essential to develop?

What are the strategies and actions on which business ......

Full article >>> mically because too many children in Milwaukee aren't graduating from high school, not to mention college or graduate school. They conceded that home factors and poverty contribute, but they also blamed Milwaukee Public Schools and the community, itself. Some even called for state intervention.

Everyone in Milwaukee allow......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 04/04/07


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