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- Welcome to Steve's Blog - Steven Rasmussen
"Advocate for Change" Steve Rasmussen, the CEO and President of KCP Technologies, keeps this blog, which he describes as his "ideas, commentary, photos, and adventures relating to mathematics education." Topics include: Rejuvenating the Mathematics Education
- What Work Requires of Schools - Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS)
The Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) was asked to examine the demands of the workplace and whether today's young people are capable of meeting those demands as they enter employment. In carrying out this charge, the Commission
- Why It Is Important to Learn Algebra - EdSource
This PDF document is a parent/student guide explaining why Algebra I is a required subject, how it helps prepare students for the future, how Algebra I fits into the student's high school math program, and what parents can do to support their student's
- Workplace Essential Skills: Resources Related to the SCANS Competencies and Foundation Skills - Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Dept. of Labor
This PDF report provides the results of a comparison of the workplace basic skills defined by the Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) with skill frameworks developed by a variety of national and international organizations. The
- Workplace Preparedness Resources - H&H Publishing
Texts, workbooks, and assessment instruments devoted to helping educators and trainers increase the competence of those in the workforce. Materials are lively, economical, and focused directly on practical workforce skills and behaviors. Assessment instruments,
- Young Investor - Columbia Management
Information on investing and investments, along with games and puzzles related to investing. Sections for teachers, parents, and students in grades K-12.
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