Might want to fix this first:
High school graduation tests in Florida and five other states are not "overly demanding" and measure only a small part of the skills considered essential by colleges and employers, concluded a report released Wednesday.
For instance, the math portion of the tests includes material generally taught, internationally, in the eighth grade ...
If companies looking for skilled labor can't find it here, they will look overseas.
For more on the outsourcing-education link, see this post.