The nature of education, work, life, and civic engagement is changing in our increasingly competitive and globally interconnected world. Unfortunately, most high schools in the United States have not kept pace with these changes. Studies such as the Trends in International Mathematics and Science and the Programme for International Student Assessment demonstrate the United States does not fare as well as some other developed countries in preparing students with skills critical to success in this century.

Creating high schools that truly will improve learning demands a clear understanding of the knowledge, skills, and attributes that

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