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The School to Work Revolution

by Lynn Olson

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Active partnerships between businesses and public schools, contends Education Week senior editor Lynn Olson, can dramatically reshape both the education system and the commercial world by helping today's students get ready for the careers they will hold in the future. In The School-to-Work Revolution: How Employers and Educators Are Joining Forces to Prepare Tomorrow's Skilled Workforce, Olson explores a number of such programs already in place and examines the steps necessary to implement new ones that will successfully address the needs and demands of all parties.

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