Raising Competent Writers
A 2006 survey of human resource officials, indicated that forty-seven percent reported that their employees who were graduates of two-year colleges were deficient in written communications, and 81 percent reported that their high-school-graduate employees had the same deficiency.
Are we raising deeper thinkers, better readers, and more competent writers than those educated in the rustic homes and schools of the 1820s? Frode Jensen, author of "Jensen's Grammar," defines good writing and gives some helpful tips on preparing competent writers.
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