What will Education look like in 2030? Following our first round of global events sharing 5 Scenarios for Education in 2030, we uncovered more insights on how the world is thinking about the future of Education.
After learning about the 5 Scenarios, audiences around the world voted on the likelihood of each scenario and which they would prefer, if forced to choose just one. One thousand voices joined this global research project and the sessions held in Beijing, Tel Aviv, Berlin, Paris, London, Boston, New York, San Francisco and Sydney sparked all sorts of conversations about where education might be heading.
Like all good projects, Round One was an initial test to gain feedback and insights into how professionals from all corners were thinking about the future of education. Armed with so much rich data from over 1,000 folks around the world, preparations for Round 2 are now underway to broaden and deepen engagement with the project.
Round 2 will see folks from Africa, Central Europe and Latin America join the project as well as much deeper engagement in Asia, North America and Oceania.
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