A Conversation with Alan November and Lucille E. Davy

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Recently, with the help of Kean University’s Center for Innovative Education, Alan had the opportunity to speak with New Jersey Commissioner of Education, Lucille Davy. The two discuss what has been identified by American businesses as the critical skills needed for jobs and careers in the 21st century.

Additionally, information is provided on Department of Education initiatives created to guide schools in preparing students to be college and career ready. New Jersey schools view parents as valuable partners who inspire their children to achieve and offer support in the education process. This communication was created as part of an effort to keep parents informed about the goals of the New Jersey public education system to prepare an engaged citizenry, who are responsible and caring adults and productive members of a world class workforce.


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