Watch: Deep Dive into the Future of K12
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation members share insights from a comprehensive report of educational practices over the last 20 years.
The U.S. Chamber works with stakeholders in business, government, and academia to build and sustain a 21st-century workforce that can compete in the global economy. It begins with a strong K-12 education system that prepares people for good jobs and bright futures. We champion high standards, accountability for the academic achievement of all children, and choices for students and families. We are focused on improving post-secondary education and ensuring what is taught in classrooms and on campuses aligns with industry needs and the jobs of today and tomorrow.
To reinvigorate the economy and promote workforce success, many companies are turning toward reskilling and upskilling for in-demand positions.
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New research reveals better outcomes for underserved students from No Child Left Behind and several unanswered questions
There's a need for high-quality academic standards, assessments, and accountability in the K-12 education system.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation’s Talent Pipeline Management program is a data-driven approach to developing talent, helping to build a strong workforce.
Jaimie Francis, vice president of policy and programs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, explains how employers can develop and discover workers in their community with the Talent Pipeline Management program.
Design Challenge will explore how student outcomes should be measured and how to ensure the education system is held accountable for student learning
To fill open jobs needed today—and in the years to come—employers can double down on reskilling and upskilling their current workforce to remain globally competitive.
This letter was sent to the Members of the United States Congress, on legislative priorities for the remainder of the 117th Congress.
Working group collaborating on policy recommendations for improving the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)