Skills for a changing world: national perspectives and the global movement

Author(s): Care, Esther; Kim, Helyn; Anderson, Kate; Gustafsson-Wright, Emily

Date: 2017

Pages: 39 p. + 3 p. + 12 p. + 4 p.

The Skills for a Changing World project presents evidence of a movement of education systems globally toward a more explicit focus on a broad range of skills that our 21st century society needs and demands. This movement can be seen in the vision and mission statements of education systems as well as through their curricula. Although clearly endorsed at the policy level, implementation is just beginning in some countries. The issues surrounding this, particularly in the context of within-country social and economic changes, are brought to light in this report by a study of education stakeholders in four countries—Mexico, South Africa, Kenya, and the Philippines.

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