What we’re going to look at today is this whole issue around how you get growth out of students, actually, and in the process of growth, how do you get expertise? And particularly at the secondary and college level, how do you begin?
A gentleman I know who’s a businessman in Houston says this: When he goes to counsel young people about what to do with their lives, he says I always tell them one thing: Be an expert in some thing.” In fact Stanford University says if you want to be employable, you have to be T-shaped. The top of the T is these general skills you have. People skills, etc. But the long part of the T…
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