3 changes that can help the class of 2030 succeed

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Today’s kindergartners are the class of 2030, and by the time they enter the workforce, it will look vastly different. The report, which is based on surveys of 2,000 students and 2,000 teachers, was conducted with McKinsey & Company.

#9: 3 changes that can help the class of 2030 succeed

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Today’s kindergartners are the class of 2030, and by the time they enter the workforce, it will look vastly different. The report, which is based on surveys of 2,000 students and 2,000 teachers, was conducted with McKinsey & Company.

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Survey Says: Parents Think Tech Companies Should Help Build Kids’ Digital Skills

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As the debate about children’s screen time continues to rage , a new survey commissioned by Microsoft sheds some light on where parents stand. Specifically, 63 percent of surveyed parents said they were concerned about their kids spending too much time on devices at home, while at the same time 86 percent of the group said they view tech in school as helpful to educating their child. Education Technology Surveys Research

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The changing geography of work: a new report

Bryan Alexander

McKinsey just published a new report, “The future of work in America: People and places, today and tomorrow” ( summary ; longer document ), looking ahead to 2030 after new technologies have had some impact.

Girls Who Code: The Citizenship Question Poses ‘Dire Consequences’ for Education Equity

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who may not respond to the survey because they fear, with good reason, persecution by the Trump Administration). A few years ago, a young woman named Natalia graduated from one of our Girls Who Code summer programs.

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CoSN 2019: How Teachers Can Revolutionize the Future of Education

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Today when we talk about education, we only talk about three things: the curriculum, the teacher and the assessments,” Zhao told attendees at the Consortium for School Networking’s 2019 annual conference keynote session, Envisioning the Skills Students Need: 2030.

The changing geography of work: a new report

Bryan Alexander

McKinsey just published a new report, “The future of work in America: People and places, today and tomorrow” ( summary ; longer document ), looking ahead to 2030 after new technologies have had some impact.

K-12 is the Key to Workforce Development

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Ask their employers how prepared they felt these individuals were, and you're likely to hear discouraging responses across the board, at least according to a recent survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

3 Things Great Teachers Do

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Joe: Well, I’m excited, because I look out at the world, and we have – UNESCO says, by 2030, we have a teacher shortage of 25.8 I do a survey of my students every year.

How Much Artificial Intelligence Should There Be in the Classroom?

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Fill out this five-minute survey , and you can enter to win a $100 Amazon gift card. in AI technology by the year 2030, so there is almost a Sputnik-like push for the tech going on right now in China. We can build robot teachers, or even robot teaching assistants. But should we? And if the answer is yes, what’s the right mix of human and machine in the classroom?

3 Things Great Teachers Do

The CoolCatTeacher

Joe: Well, I’m excited, because I look out at the world, and we have – UNESCO says, by 2030, we have a teacher shortage of 25.8 I do a survey of my students every year.

Education Looks Eastward: Snapshots from Beijing's Global Education Technology Summit

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And government leaders have been pushing entrepreneurship, coding and artificial intelligence, setting a goal of leading the world in AI by 2030. There are eight to ten millions students taking online tutoring in the country, according to a new survey by LEK Consulting that was presented at the conference. “It’s Beijing —China is a different world when it comes to education and tech.

As more Americans retire, we must educate a new generation of leaders by making higher ed affordable

The Hechinger Report

In my state, a 2016 survey by the Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education found that more than three-quarters of Bay State companies have difficulty finding employees with the right abilities to fill available jobs. will turn 65 every day until about the year 2030.

10 years later, goal of getting more Americans through college is way behind schedule

The Hechinger Report

Three out of four community college leaders said in a survey by the Education Policy Center at the University of Alabama that plans do not exist in their states to pay for increasing the number of adults with certificates and associate degrees. “It

The high school grads least likely in America to go to college? Rural ones

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A third of rural whites, and 40 percent of rural white men, are resigned to believing that their children will grow up with a lower standard of living than they did, a far high proportion than people who live in cities (23 percent) or suburbs (28 percent), a survey by the Pew Research Center found.

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Is California saving higher education?

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California students spend an average of $2,020 a month, or $18,180 per nine-month academic year , on food, housing, books, supplies and transportation, a survey released in September by the California Student Aid Commission, or CSAC, found.

Government-Funded School Meals May Increase Obesity Risk

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You and her colleagues used information from a survey of 21,260 young people who were tracked from kindergarten to eighth grade to evaluate the school meals programs’ effect on pupils’ weight. ” in 2010 to reduce childhood obesity to 5% by 2030.

Out of poverty, into the middle class

The Hechinger Report

As emerging technologies rapidly and thoroughly transform the workplace, some experts predict that by 2030 400 million to 800 million people worldwide could be displaced and need to find new jobs. Ben Lara, a senior at Lowell High School, walks his dog before school.

The looming decline of the public research university

The Hechinger Report

In a 2013 survey by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, more than three-quarters of provosts said federal spending cuts tied to sequestration were taking a toll on their universities, including in research. China could catch up by 2030 based on current trends.

The 2019 Global Education Conference - Full List of 130 Sessions and 10 Keynotes!

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

The ninth annual Global Education Conference starts this coming Monday! This is an amazing and free online event that brings together educators and innovators from around the world. We currently have 10 keynotes and 130 regular sessions scheduled over the course of three days.

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Resources , But Grasp Is Surface-Level, Survey Finds.” ” Via Campus Technology : “Survey: Faculty Getting More Confident in Tech Skills , but Students’ Skills Are Slipping.” ” Getting Smart’s Tom Vander Ark on a new report from Pearson : “ The Future of Skills : Employment in 2030.” ” Via The Guardian : “ ‘Junk science’: experts cast doubt on widely cited college free speech survey.”

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At #nsvfsummit Stacey Childress repeats made-up statistic that 'well over half' the jobs of 2030 do not exist yet. Via EdWeek Market Brief : “ Principals Report More Influence Over School Budgets Than Curriculum Choice in National Survey.” Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. All this feeds the review I write each December on the stories we are told about the future of education. National) Education Politics.

The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Issue a Press Release

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” Gartner says, rather vaguely, that it relies on scenarios and surveys and pattern recognition to place technologies on the line. This talk was delivered at Virginia Commonwealth University today as part of a seminar co-sponsored by the Departments of English and Sociology.

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” Via The Register : “Privacy activists have called for more transparency and parental control over web monitoring in British schools after a survey indicated that almost half track their students online.”

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Global Leadership Week - Information and Schedule

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12:00pm Inspire Action for Global Good through #TeachSDGs : Join in this special Twitter chat to discover ways to bring the Sustainable Development Goals to classrooms and support the work of the United Nations to meet the agenda for sustainable development by the year 2030.

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Meanwhile on Campus… Via The Chronicle of Higher Education : “2 Flagship Universities Surveyed the Campus Climate. ” Via The Cap : “Survey: Politically conservative students feel safe, respected and at home at UW-Madison.” “ What will universities look like in 2030? Once upon a time, this was a school survey company but it now markets itself as a social emotional learning company. (National) Education Politics.

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" Via The New York Times : “ Holocaust Is Fading From Memory, Survey Finds”: “Thirty-one percent of Americans, and 41 percent of millennials, believe that two million or fewer Jews were killed in the Holocaust; the actual number is around six million. could see a shortage of up to 120,000 physicians by 2030, according to a report published Wednesday by the Association of American Medical Colleges,” Inside Higher Ed reports.

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“By 2030 students will be learning from robots ,” the World Economic Forum claims. ” Via The Dallas Morning News : “15 percent of female undergraduates at UT have been raped , survey says.” Education Politics. “Former Lobbyist With For-Profit Colleges Quits Education Department ,” ProPublica reports. That’s Taylor Hansen who was a lobbyist for Career Education Colleges and Universities.