The more we know about how the developing brain changes as we learn, the better we can support young learners.
Moving forward, young citizens will create jobs, not seek them, and collaborate to advance an increasingly complex world. That will require imagination, empathy, resilience, and entrepreneurship.
It is time to jettison the notion that education is completed before we enter the workforce. Especially as we live longer and workplace requirements expand, continued learning and retraining are becoming essential.
The shifting economic landscape is reshaping work and society and affecting the way people think about the skills and training they need to get ahead.
The lessons each of us gains from life experience are finding their places in the academic world and providing new foundations for lifelong learning as people live longer and workplace demands evolve.
We are advancing the ability of machines to learn even as we learn how to teach them.
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