Schools and systems around the world are trying to discover how to educate young people so that they acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes, values, and capabilities to live as active, productive, responsible, and participative citizens in modern societies.
The same applies to those owning, running, and working in these schools and systems.
With ever-diminishing half-lives of knowledge and skills, schools cannot limit themselves to the transmission of set content. Instead, they need to develop and promote flexibility, openness to new ideas, ability to adapt, and courage in the face of the unexpected.
The Educational Collaborative for International Schools