Recently a colleague shared a Time magazine article with me. It was interesting to reflect on how the common core of a college education has changed over time, including required reading of the Great Books and learning specific facts of math, history, geography, etc. The decisions a school or college makes about what to include in their general education curriculum reflects the outcome of the students’ knowledge base. How do schools and colleges produce a generation of graduates who will create wealth and jobs? Learning how to discuss, think critically and be creative will help graduates do well and do some good as well.
Critical and Innovative Thinking Skills Important for the Future
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