Let's Get Real™

  title={Let's Get Real{\texttrademark}},
  author={D. G. A. Holt and Colleen Willard-Holt},
  journal={Phi Delta Kappan Magazine},
  pages={243 - 246}
The authors describe a nationwide program that exemplifies problem- based learning and allows secondary students to achieve authentic outcomes in the context of a business/school partnership. AMERICAN businesses regularly lament entry-level employees' lack of preparation for solving everyday business problems. One response to such criticism is Let's Get Real (LGR), a competitive problem-solving program now in its fifth year. LGR challenges teams of secondary students to solve actual business… 
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