Building Education Systems to Support the Development of 21st Century Competencies
Asia Society's Center for Global Education convened a working group of leaders from six cities in Asia and in North America - Denver, Hiroshima, New York City, Seattle, Seoul, and Singapore - to discuss approaches to building education systems that support the development of 21st century competencies. Despite differences in the cultural and policy contexts across these six cities, there are also many common threads in how leaders approach the effort to building and sustaining a system-wide commitment to helping youth develop, practice, and master these competencies. The full reflections of this working group, including their current approaches and plans for next steps are summarized in a recently released report, sponsored by the C.S. Mott Foundation. Join Asia Society on October 6, 2016, for a special #GlobalEdChat on Twitter with report lead researcher Christina Russell of Policy Studies Associates.
Join Our Network
Get notified about new events and more as a member of our network.Join Now