The most important skill for middle class workers isn't being taught in American schools
U.S. students are judged by how well they score on math, reading and science tests. U.S. educators are assessed by their student's improvement on those tests. The U.S. labor market, however, is increasingly placing a premium on pleasant personalities. Schools that focus narrowly on cognitive skills without teaching social skills may be overlooking a key component to workplace success.
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