WHAT IS THE PROBLEM BEING SOLVED?

Why shouldn't successful people help to improve education by telling educators and students how education and knowledge helped them in life? Why shouldn't successful organizations help to improve education by telling educators and students (future employees) which knowledge they use in their organizations? Why should we be satisfied with an education system in which students and their future employers merely hope that students are learning the knowledge and skills they need?

Education is too important, too time-consuming and too expensive to merely rely on hope. Students will be more engaged in learning and better prepared for work if successful people and organizations publicly share how schoolwork contributed to their successes.