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A Cause and Effect Analysis: Looking at the effects of a lack of skill-based education in Schools

Alvi Kamal; Jessica Lin; Kathy Wang; Eva Zheng; Mamadou Barry; Ryan Curran; Aarushi Kaushal; Rehan Yazdani; Mahmoud H Abdellatif

Skill-based learning is where a student learns a specific skill, so the student will be able to retain and apply the skill more effectively. There has been a considerable lack of skill-based learning in school, which has affected schools and students vastly. We wanted to find the causes behind the issues and present possible solutions/remedies. For our research, we used a collection of research papers from various authors. We use data from other studies so we can understand the causes and effects of the lack of a skill-based education system. A lot of this data in the studies we use are observational and statistical. We analyze the results from such papers and provide more in-depth insight into these issues. Furthermore, we used the results from past studies to offer potential solutions. From those, we were able to explain why more schools should implement skill-based learning into their curriculum.

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