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Check out our new article, “It’s time to change how success is measured” recently published by Forbes and written by our CEO, Al Kingsley.

Inside our Forbes article about measuring success… 

Today’s education systems are intended and regarded as preparation for employment rather than the historical model of providing education for education’s sake. Yet many are stuck in a time warp – but, the future is happening here and now, and the world is constantly changing.

Current education systems force students down a narrow path that will be a fit for some but not all. Let’s balance the scales of success. Measuring success based on passing or failing assessments rather than skills, knowledge, and confidence is a bit antiquated as success lies beyond what data-driven assessments can measure.

It’s time to make a change! Read the full article to find out more.

Measuring success in the workplace…

When it comes to the workplace, employers are way ahead in how they evaluate and encourage progress and success. Other qualifications are often looked at during recruiting, like other special skills or experiences acquired, interaction with others, critical thinking skills and more.

To promote continued success, employee training is reinforced on the job with staff training and with performance reviews. Which begs the question, how can the education system change to better measure success?

In order to prepare students for success in the real world, reform is needed to realign assessment with how learning, achievement, progress and review measure up. Find out more by reading the article below.

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