President Xi Jinping and Shakira may have grabbed the headlines during Davos, but the meeting was jam-packed with significant sub-plots that may have flown under your radar.
Researchers have examined whether it is possible to increase empathy through formal training
The jobs of tomorrow won’t correspond to the skillsets and industries we know today. So how can we help the next generation prepare for them?
How can we ensure young people are ready to work, live and thrive in a world transformed by climate change?
Just as the manufacturing, technology, energy, and service sectors are struggling to evolve and realize the potential of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, humanitarian response must also ...
Investing in early childhood development is one of the most powerful ways to ensure peaceful and prosperous societies, says the international artist and philanthropist.
Recent studies suggest you can get better at a foreign language simply by listening to it, without speaking it yourself.
The world of work is changing. But education systems aren't keeping up. A new World Economic Forum report outlines ways to remedy that.
The world of work is changing, but education and training systems are not keeping pace. A new report charts how to prepare for the opportunities of the fourth industrial revolution.
Research looks at how well OECD countries are developing the economic potentials of their young workers.
Research suggests that higher levels of education don’t necessarily mean higher levels of tolerance.
Abhijeet Singh estimates the productivity of schooling in developing countries.
Jeff Guo explores research that looks at the potential benefits of children being computer-literate - and finds an unexpected result.
From Turkey to Thailand, some countries punch above their weight when it comes to university access and research. And where education takes root, economic growth soon follows, says Chris ...
Exploring Korean ideas and innovation in education.