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Tag Archives: global competition
U.S. Higher Education is Failing: Universities & Colleges Are Failing to Educate, Wrong Priorities, Wasting Money… It’s Education Adrift..
A university…educates the intellect to reason well in all matters, to reach out towards truth, and to grasp it. ~John Henry Cardinal Newman The U. S. has over 5,700 higher education institutions, an average of more than 115 per state. As … Continue reading
“There will be hunters and hunted, winners and losers. What counts in global competition is the right strategy and success” ~ Heinrich von Pierer In the report “Results of the U.S. President’s Commission on Industrial Competitiveness” by John A. Young … Continue reading
You might think American manufacturing is dead, reading most of the nation’s editorial pages or watching the endless laments in the news that “nothing is made in America anymore,” and that our manufacturing jobs have vanished to China, Mexico and … Continue reading