Whether we like it or not, the fourth industrial revolution is fundamentally changing the way the world works--and educators have to rise to the task of preparing students for 2030 and beyond.
“We don’t have as much time as I thought we did to redesign education and prepare our students for the future,” said Dr. David Gundlach, the deputy superintendent of Wisconsin’s Oshkosh Area
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