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Published on Feb 1, 2016
According to Carol O’Donnell, Director of the Smithsonian Science Education Center at the Smithsonian Institution, the global skills gap that permeates today’s job market can only be reduced by developing skills early in grades K-12. The current trend of employers, only hiring the most talented individuals, has created a great demand for positions with little to no qualified individuals to fill them. By cultivating these skills in grades K-12, however, prospective employees are equipped with the foundational skills necessary to succeeding in the workplace.