Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 10:05 am
“We all are in this together. Many local businesses need an influx of skilled workers as baby boomers and their collective knowledge retire. Schools need options when they identify credit deficient students who, for example, might merely learn differently in a more hands on way. Not all students are bound for a four-year college. But all are bound for adulthood. These students need a meaningful education that will set them up for success as an adult.”
~ Stephanie Borowski, executive director of Second Chance Partners for Education, an integrated education model that graduates 90 percent of some of the most disengaged students in southeastern Wisconsin.
Read the full Milwaukee Biz Blog: Businesses must play a significant role in education