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As coronavirus speeds up the Fourth Industrial Revolution, human resources must focus on these abilities to avoid mass unemployment.
Demand for digital skills training in Africa is set to surge in the coming decade. Here's what educators, governments and businesses can do to meet it.
Global growth and development depend on giving every child the opportunity to learn, grow, develop and gain skills. And doing so urgently.
Critical thinking and problem-solving top the list of skills employers believe will grow in prominence in the next five years, according to the Future of Jobs report.
Ready access to education could set millions of disadvantaged children on the path to a brighter, more entrepreneurial future.
New survey shows more than half of working adults fear for their jobs, but two thirds of workers are optimistic about retraining on the current job.
Ahead of the World Economic Forum's Jobs Reset Summit, here's a look at the key trends shaping the future of learning.
Racial achievement gaps in the United States are narrowing, a Stanford University data project shows. But progress has been slow and unsteady – and gaps are still large across much of the...
With the pandemic causing job losses, disrupting education and affecting vulnerable groups, here's how young people can thrive in a post-COVID-19 world
Using your mobile phone in the classroom does not negatively affect your learning, according to new research from the Technical University of Denmark.
There are growing concerns over a slowdown in entrepreneurial activity at the world's universities. Here's why it matters - and how to get back on track.
Coursera has released its most popular Massive Open Online Courses – or MOOCs – of 2019. The most well-enrolled MOOCs tend to be in business or technology.
Writing, as opposed to typing, has been shown to improve memory and learning capacity, yet in some countries it’s being phased out in favour of digital skills.
The knowledge and transferable skills gained through a higher education qualification can be far more valuable than the actual degree itself, writes Professor Paul Ashwin.
The recent influx of new technologies in Africa needs to be capitalized upon by the education sector, which has been hit hard by the pandemic.