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Kids Won't Be Able To Compete

The World is Changing
A changing climate. An aging population. A culture and an economy made more powerful yet more vulnerable by the digital revolution. These are among the many challenges of the 21st century. 

Technology is already transforming our homes in ways we could not have dreamed of only a few years ago, and these same technologies are also re-shaping the workplace and how we work and interact.

Many of the major drivers of transformation currently affecting global industries are expected to have a significant impact on jobs, ranging from significant job creation to job displacement, and from heightened labour productivity to widening skills gaps.

In many industries and countries, the most in-demand occupations or specialties did not exist 10 or even five years ago, and the pace of change is set to accelerate.

"By one popular estimate, 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately
end up working in completely
new job types that don’t yet exist.
Our Children aren't Equipped
We have a very real and substantiated fear for the children of today,  who will grow into the adults of tomorrow, unequivacally unequipped
to face their competition,
both human and otherwise.

We can make this claim because there exists overwhelming data that predicts that success in the future will be determined by one's ability to pivot on a dime, in the face of exponentially-changing information, technology and work landscapes. 

It used to be that we worried about our children getting A's and being at the head of the class.  But the changing world has upped the ante.

Many students are being left behind because we are not preparing them to compete in our global society.

The digital age workplace requires a different set of skills and training. We have moved beyond rote memorization, lectures, and skills checklists. The New Science of Learning dictactes designing learning experiences that engage the mind and its mental processes to achieve learning and productivity goals. 

In such a rapidly evolving employment landscape, the ability to anticipate and prepare for future skills requirements, job content and the aggregate effect on employment is  increasingly critical for individuals in order to fully seize the opportunities presented by these trends — and to mitigate undesirable outcomes.
Renown scientists and economists are clear that these transformative skills will become the employment currency of the future, and those without a bank run the risk of
becoming obsolete.
Are Your
Children Prepared?