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Outnumbered, disjointed America is losing in the new global job marketplace. With seventy-seven million U.S. baby boomers scheduled to leave the workforce over  the next 10 years, and only 41 million new workers entering it, millions of today’s baby boomers’ private pensions and social security benefits will be depleted to help sustain the U.S. economy during this half-century.  Why, because, there simply will not be enough skilled U.S. workers to replace them, or fill the jobs created by this new economy to secure these benefits… Read more

Lost Jobs, Weakening Economic, and Unstable Future

America’s schools and students are unprepared for the demands of the 21st century’s knowledge-based global economy. Where nationwide, only about one-third of 4th and 8th graders-and well less than 20 percent of low-income and minority children-are proficient in reading and math. More alarming, is the ever growing crisis of high school students dropping-out of schools across America…Read more

A Life-Time of Achievement, Gone

A clear fact, the retirement of today’s baby boomers, along with increasing life spans, will sharply expand government aide cost, therefore, forcing the government to either raise future taxes or constrain future benefits. As a result, tenths of millions of future American retirees, individuals and families will be at risk of living below their standard of living, or even worse, live in poverty themselves, which will severely effect the social and financial condition of U.S. cities and neighborhoods… Read more

Prepare to be Changed

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, race and age demographics reality tell us that a majority of the next generation of U.S. workers will have to come from poor minority communities. And as the country is making this transition, the focus on preparing this population from these communities to the workforce must also change.  Where it’s estimated that minorities will have to make-up to 36% of the U.S. workforce by 2010, and must represent close to 50% of the total workforce by the year 2050. Therefore, making it simply obvious, this will be the population group that will make or break our economy in the future. This makes it vital that we start developing a national coordinated plan to prepare and assemble this population for this inevitable conclusion. ... Read more

Act First, Victory Guaranteed

The first step in our developmental strategy for addressing the question of how to create this new workforce nationally, will be to demonstrate what works in building partnerships between businesses, institutes of higher education, and community base groups towards closing the academic achievement and attainment gaps of minority male high school students in our nation’s educational system as they enter the workforce.... Read more