March 14th, 2015
Episode 186 of 820 episodes
In the face of an ever changing employment market, and a workforce that is not only globalised but also increasingly technology driven, what kind of education works to equip today's students for the workplaces of the future? And what does business need? We hear from a panel of educational experts including former Ghanaian education minister Elizabeth Ohene and blue skies thinker Marc Prensky. And we hear from some kids about what they make of the huge pressure they are under to perform well at school and about how competitive they think the jobs market will be for them, when they get there.
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