More than 170 educational stakeholders will gather in Berkeley, California, on February 1-2 with the goal of accelerating the pace of educational reform to support student learning in the 21st century. Representatives from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills and from the core curricular areas of English, Geography, Math, Science, and Social Studies will explore how 21st century skills can be embedded into core content subjects to give U.S. students the tools they need for success in a global society and workforce.

"Today´s students need to be critical thinkers, problem solvers and effective communicators--and we need to equip their...

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