Educating our way to global competitiveness

In the 21st century, a quality education system is the centerpiece of a country's economic development and global competitiveness. In this global world, the line between domestic and international issues is increasingly blurred, with the world's economies, societies and people interconnected as never before.

Art Eggleton
Published: Wednesday, 09/08/2010 12:00 am EDT

In the 21st century, a quality education system is the centerpiece of a country's economic development and global competitiveness. In this global world, the line between domestic and international issues is increasingly blurred, with the world's economies, societies and people interconnected as never before.

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