As the new millennium unfolds, our sense of connection is proving critical to our collective success as a planet. In a world this connected, however, there are still many who are falling behind. Access to education, rising inequalities and other challenges yet to come threaten our collective progress.
How do we ensure that we move forward so that no one is left behind? As global movements such as AI and a burgeoning Edtech industry shape our planet, how do we ensure they provide solutions to issues critical to our collective growth, including climate change? Read what our WISE@Paris speakers have to say on these subjects and more in our new special focus on learning societies in the 21st century.
AI is a Tool that Empowers Parents and Students
With the rise of Artificial Intelligence and the maturation of digital technologies, we are at...
Educating to Fight Climate Change
Climate change is here. It is no longer looming on the horizon, it is no...
How Can the EdTech Industry Effectively Develop Innovations in Education?
School systems and work spaces should be seen by its lifelong users as safe spaces...
The Case for the Online Mentorship Movement
There's an opportunity to meet the evolving tech economy head-on and reskill the people whose...
What Governments Can Learn From Innovation in Education
How can governments encourage innovation in society through educational systems?
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