Preparing Students for the 4th Industrial Revolution


In this Rigor & Relevance series post, ICLE founder Bill Daggett describes the serious challenge facing today’s public education system in preparing students for their futures—a system shaped largely by the old rules of the 2nd Industrial Revolution. As today’s kids ready themselves for the world outside the classroom, living in the 4th Industrial Revolution that’s pushed by bio- and nanotechnologies, schools need to transform their approach in order to prepare all students for the unexpected, complex, real-world challenges they’ll encounter beyond school.

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