Microsoft executive Cameron Evans discusses the skills that students will need to succeed in the future—and how schools can teach these skills
[caption id="attachment_150600" align="alignleft" width="150"] Here are four skills students will need to be globally competitive.[/caption]
According to a recent report from the World Economic Forum, the United States now ranks fifth in the world in terms of national competitiveness, behind Switzerland, Singapore, Finland, and Germany.
With that statistic in mind, are the educational opportunities we’re providing for our students going to help the U.S. compete as a nation—and...