Education for an Age of Interdependence: Short provocation papers written by academics and practioners around the world
As the world changes around us, one thing remains constant – the need for education to provide children and young people with the understanding, skills and values that they will need to face the challenges and seize the opportunities of an uncertain world of accelerating global change.
This series looks at the global context, how people engage with the ideas of global citizenship and how education and schools can best serve the needs of young people and society in our interdependent world.
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