Are superintendents, teachers, and principals ready to equip students for the future?

Even though the modern workplace will require students to know how to use a computer, for example, many remain stubbornly fixated on old-school, pencil-and-paper methods. By and large, educators are aware of the impending challenges—but their schools have yet to align on questions of what these changes might look like and, more importantly, how they might respond to better prepare these students. 


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