Why students are so important for the future of our economy
Students have been crucial to the success of our entire economy, but we need them more than ever to keep pace with the changing needs of a global workforce.
In the coming years, however, the world will be facing even greater challenges.
The following is an excerpt from the “The Future of Higher Education: The Emerging Global Challenge” (published by the National Academies Press), the newest book from the National Academy of Sciences.
A lot has changed since the ’60s and ’70s when President Richard Nixon signed the National Endowment for the Humanities into law.
In that time, the National Science Foundation has expanded to $30 billion.
The National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities, or NEHAs, have expanded to about $2 trillion and are expected to surpass $5 trillion by 2040.
As part of that expansion, we have created the Department of Education’s Office of Higher Ed, which is now a $3.8 trillion department that provides critical support to higher education, including support for research, policymaking, and innovation.
It also has been an enormous resource for students.
The number of students enrolled in higher education has increased by nearly 30% in the last five years, and we are working to ensure that we can serve students better than ever before.
However, the United States has an extremely narrow economic niche.
For a country that has always focused on exporting to the rest of the world, the U.S. is one of the least-skilled nations in the world.
There are currently about 6.5 million unemployed Americans.
Students are the lifeblood of our educational system.
If we do not keep up with demand, it will be difficult to continue providing the kind of education that is available to our students and to our nation.
There is still much work to do to meet the needs of our students, and there is a long road ahead.
However, we know that students are the most important economic drivers of our nation and that they will continue to play an important role in shaping our economic future.
Our job is to ensure the best outcomes for our students.
We know that as the United State continues to make progress in preparing our students for the jobs of the future, we need to ensure they are prepared to succeed and succeed in the best way possible.
We must also ensure they have the skills to thrive in a global economy.
This is why I have been urging President-elect Trump and other policymakers to support efforts to recruit more young people to study in the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, and other countries that offer excellent opportunities for advanced degrees.
The U.K. has a long-standing policy of encouraging international students to study at the country’s own universities, and the University of Oxford has seen a record number of international students enrolling there in recent years.
As we work to increase the number of U.N. students enrolled here, I will continue my efforts to make sure that we continue to attract talented students from around the world to our colleges and universities, so that we have the most diverse student body in the history of our country.
Our nation’s future is best served by making sure that our students are prepared for the world they are entering.
And with the rise of China, India, Brazil, and others, our future is increasingly intertwined with their.
These students and their future are the key to our future, and I know that President-Elect Trump and his team will make sure we are able to fulfill the promise of this generation.