Mismatch of Skills Starts Early: The Need to Align Primary Education with Labor Market Needs Paid Members Public
The OECD report "Skills for Jobs 2022" underscores the urgent need to bridge the growing skills gap by re-evaluating primary curriculums to equip students with relevant future skills from an early age, particularly addressing shortages in education skills and digital competencies.
The Future of Education is WOW: Blending VARK, Adaptivity, and AI for Personalized WOW Learning Paid Members Public
The VARK model categorizes learners based on preferred modes of engagement, but the future of education lies in AI-powered adaptivity, seamlessly personalizing learning experiences to meet the multifaceted and evolving needs of each individual student in real-time.
Brace Yourself: Here's the Future 298 Experts are Expecting by 2034 Paid Members Public
The Atlantic Council's 2023 Global Foresight survey reveals a nuanced outlook on the future, with 60% of experts predicting a worse world by 2034, a generational divide in AI optimism, climate change as the top threat, and divergent predictions on geopolitical events and global cooperation.
An Entire Generation Left Behind: How COVID-19 Created an Education Crisis Paid Members Public
Limited internet access in low- and middle-income countries, with less than 50 percent penetration in 95 percent of low-income nations, hindered remote learning during the pandemic, underscoring the urgent need for significant investments in ICT infrastructure and digital skills to achieve SDG 4.
The Coverage Myth: Mobile Broadband Reaches 95% but the Digital Divide Remains Paid Members Public
Connecting the unconnected will require the global community to move beyond celebrating the milestone of 95% network coverage and confront digital inequality's multifaceted barriers, emphasizing inclusivity, education, and opportunities, particularly for marginalized groups.
Literacy is a Fundamental Human Right, Yet Out of Reach for One Billion People Paid Members Public
Literacy unlocks opportunities for people to reach their full potential, but despite major progress, 750 million adults—two-thirds of whom are women—still lack basic reading and writing skills, impacting access to information, employment, healthcare, and more.