Wednesday, May 26th 2021
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What’s next for Education in 2021?
This week’s must read
As technology changes society, it has also had a dramatic impact on the way to educate and on how people prepare for their professional careers. The institutions that learn how to remain on top of these changes will position themselves for growth and success. Can understanding emerging trends help institutions create more effective learning environments?
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from EHL Insights about how teachers prepare themselves to implement latest education developments.
With the teacher shortage impacting the quality of K-12 education in the U.S., will changes be needed in the way teachers are recruited, trained, and welcomed into the field?
Continuous technological change and market transformations require flexible thinking, rapid and continuous learning, and mobility. Human capital continues to develop on an old model: standardized education and lifetime employment. Do you think this can still work in today’s world?
This article is a tribute to students’ resilience, teachers, and families in the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Is it time to invest in better gearing education systems everywhere to the reality of interdependence as UNESCO suggests?
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, Higher-education institutions were under tremendous pressure. Declining enrollment, keeping their students, faculty, and staff safe,as many constraints to be eradicated through an in-depth transformation. Is the effort worth it?
This week’s Consulting News
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| Nadine Buddoo@New Civil Engineer
| @The Economic Times
This week’s media
Education is an attractive business. But can investors come up with the conviction to sustain the six key drivers of growth? L.E.K.’s Kaushik Mohan shares his perspectives in this video
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