Can't find a job after you've graduated from a program that's designed to get you a job in the thing you are learning? You don't have to pay the tuition. It's kind of genius isn't it?
In The Washington Post, a father argues that mandating that high school students take specific courses in order to graduate doesn't make a lot of sense if all they take away from the course is that they despise it, and don't retain any of the information they've learned/were asked to memorize.
Sweden is usually known as that neutral and super happy country people don't have any problems with, but they also have local controversies like this story about a lunch lady who cooks too many delicious vegetables for the school kids, which is obviously really, really unfair to the kids at the other schools who have regular vegetables.
• Bring the nation's schools up a Bill Clinton-approved decent minimum standard.
"Our policy at Facebook is literally to hire as many talented engineers as we can find. There just aren't enough people who are trained and have these skills today." — Mark Zuckerberg