Why Good Grades Are NOT the Key to Success
We all have this notion that if our students and children do “well” in school, they will do “well” in life.
Well…that’s simply not true. Research from the Stanford Research Institute and Carnegie Mellon Foundation confirm that “good grades” are only 25% of the “success equation.” The other 75% of this formula is almost completely ignored in K-12 schools.
But, the other 75% is not difficult to teach. In fact, it is much easier to teach than mandated content curriculum that is a “mile wide” but only an “inch deep.”
So, what are these skills endorsed by the Stanford Research Institute and Carnegie Mellon Foundation?
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