If one of your children brought home a report card with two As, one B+, one B, three Cs, a C-, and one D, what would you do?
After all, that’s kind of a broad range of grades, and you’d probably take the subjects and the performance trend into account as you reacted to your child’s report card.
The ritual C+ marks in grade school art classes usually isn’t a big cause for worry at home, but slippage of a grade in an academic subject usually means an earnest discussion, possibly a meeting with a teacher, perhaps the loss of some privilege and a warning to bear down on the homework.
Which brings us to the annual National Report on Manufacturing and Logistics, produced by Ball State University‘s Center for Business and Economic Research and Conexus Indiana, an private-sector organization focused on developing Indiana jobs in advanced manufacturing and logistics. Read more…