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There is a new system called STW school-to-work introduced by Marc Tucker the president of the National Center of Education and the economy This scheme however is not totally valid or at least this is the case for Phyllis Schlafly the president of the eagle forum and the publisher of the monthly Education Reporter since 1986 The two ideas will be introduced clearly laterTucker wants to put a new master restructuring plan for more than 50 of public school children The plan is to train children in specific jobs to serve the work force and the global economy The job matching process is supervised by labor market boards and computer assistance Moreover STW regulations and laws prefer to start training children at the earlier possible age but beginning no later than middle school grades In the STW scheme there is no individual grades or honors instead the idea of team work is used for group grading cooperative learning job shadowing mentoring job sites visits After they complete their vocational training they will receive a certificate of mastery Without it they will not be able to get jobs Big businesses support STW because thy think that vocational training will help American students to compete in the global economy A Seamless web that literally extends from cradle-to-grave and is the same system for every one are the words said by Phyllis attacking Tuckers idea She thinks that the personal choice in Tuckers program is absent For the students have no option in choosing their life time career It is even too early for them to make a choice any way Further more the concept of team work will eliminate academic competition and personal achievements Phyllis said that there is a big difference between educating a child and training him Education is to develop the faculties and powers of a person while training means to make a person or an animal capable of performing a task
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