Computers, creativity and character – here's how to improve Asia's schools

Students exercise after singing Thailand's national anthem at a school in Bangkok October 30, 2014.

Work in the 21st century demands new skills. Here's how Asian countries can make the grade Image: REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Kathleen Chew
Group Legal Counsel, YTL Corporation Berhad
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Image: Source: PISA 2009+, Malaysian Education Blueprint 2013-2025
Image: Source: National Longitudinal Surveys of Youth, OECD (2015)
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