Business leaders think K-12 education must become more rigorous, according to a U.S. Chamber of Commerce survey. Ninety percent want to raise expectations for achievement; 73 percent say teachers should receive more pay for boosting performance. Some 53 percent support vouchers as a way to improve achievement. Virtually all — 98 percent — think improving math and science instruction is a top priority and 91 support higher pay for effective math and science teachers.
Business on education
December 20, 2006 by