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The U.S. K - 12 education standard has endured from the previous millennium. Some say just a few generations ago a high school education was enough to be a productive adult, to have a career, own a home, etc.
It's a new millennium. And there are jobs going unfilled simply because there are no qualified applicants / candidates.
Is the obsolete K - 12 standard due for a 3rd millennium upgrade?
If so, what should the new standard be? K - 14? Is an Associate's degree enough?
Or should citizens be able to attend tuition free, as long as they get acceptable grades, all the way through doctorate level, if they wish?