By Edward E. Gordon
Theres a starting to be consensus that the present activity improvement systemboth within the US and overseas--is badly damaged. Too many of us cant locate sturdy jobs. Too many companies cant locate certified humans. Whats in the back of the deep expertise shortages that now confront the us and masses of the realm? and the way will we rebuild the pipeline?
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16 For the majority of students, education in the new India is just plain lousy. Teachers are absent in droves, and masses of unidentified pupils crowd decrepit schoolhouses that are often devoid of basic instructional materials or even drinkable water. This is the picture presented in the “Annual Status of Education Report 2007” facilitated by the Indian education organization Pratham. On the plus side, more children are in school than ever before. But the contrast between public and private schools is stark indeed.
Famine is gone. The absolute poverty rate declined by 50 percent. Literacy levels climbed. Major improvements were made to the health system. India suddenly became globally competitive in information technology, business process outsourcing, pharmaceuticals, and telecommunications. Since the 1990s India has created more billionaires than any other Asian country. 5 A major economic shift occurred in the early 1990s when India, China, and the former Soviet Union (Russia) all began to embrace some form of market capitalism.
Asian STEM specialized workers—scientists, engineers, and technicians—who had settled in the United States, United Kingdom, France, and Canada are returning in growing numbers to their home countries. Taiwan and South Korea also have been very successful in absorbing these talented people from abroad. 3 The combination of socioeconomic forces that have triggered talent shortages elsewhere is now apparent across Asia as well. These factors include unprecedented economic growth, corporate and national ambitions, generally weak education systems, inadequate physical infrastructure, and widespread corruption in both government and many business sectors.