Author Seth Godin questions the cohort students about their product or service. Ava Wettrick listening closely. Jeremy Miller If you follow the education conversation, you may notice a quiet movement bubbling to the surface. Albeit slow, we are starting to see changes in the education climate that align with […]

with the needs of the 21st-century.

Over the past decade, technology has played a significant role in the way we live. And, this technological impact can leave us wondering about the future of employment, entrepreneurship, and the global economy.

Our youth hold the future of our country in their hands. As leading teachers and parents, we must change the education paradigm and shift our thinking and teaching to ensure we prepare young people for an ever-changing workforce.

The current generation of teenagers in high school should learn about innovation, experience entrepreneurship, and build on their creative skills.


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