CNN.com reports that at the “School of the Future World Summit,” educators discussed the goal to create well-rounded members of tomorrow’s workforce. In this day and age, simply focusing on the “three R’s” isn’t going to cut it. Rather than simply mandating the teaching of reading, writing and arithmetic, as educators have done since the 1800s; educators are now integrating these basic subjects into other courses as well as life skills such as parenting, civics, and self-esteem. Sir Ken Robinson, an educational consultant from Britain, says that “education for most people doesn’t promote creativity … it actually stifles it.” The conference drew 250 delegates from 48 countries, and was held at Philadelphia’s new School of the Future…