Worldwide, there is a mismatch between the skills needed for open positions in the labor market and those of available workers. Vivien Stewart shares what the world's largest education system is doing to raise the quality of its workforce. more
Jal Mehta, education professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education and Research, reflects on the fifth annual symposium of the Global Cities Education Network and the implications for education in the United States. more
The American cities of New York, Denver, and Seattle, as well as the Asian cities of Singapore, Hiroshima, Shanghai, and Seoul, share their strategies and challenges in integrating 21st-century competencies into their school systems. more
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