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Voter Guide: Big educational issues face  Sequoia board candidates

Original post made on Oct 18, 2013

Perhaps a middle-aged hermit sequestered in the Santa Cruz mountains, someone with uncanny powers and unpleasant high school memories, is tormenting the Sequoia Union High School District with an ancient curse: "May you live in interesting times."

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Posted by Mr. Gail Ortega
a resident of another community
on Oct 18, 2013 at 12:38 pm

I would like the candidates for the Sequoia school board to respond to this interview: Anthony Carnevale talked about an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development study on literacy and basic math skills among adults 16-25 in 23 countries, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. According to the results, U.S. workers are falling behind other developed countries in skills that are needed in the modern workplace. Mr. Carnavale said that while in the past generally only upper management needed critical thinking, problem-solving, and other higher level skills, the modern economy requires these skills from most workers.

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