A New Education Story (NES) has become a cornerstone within a growing global conversation about transforming education. As we wrap up the Global Insight Series, we want to shed light on all the contributors who have shared their perspectives and helped bring the three drivers of transformation – Purpose, Power, and Practice – to life.
We talked with Dr. Asmaa Al Fadala, Director of Research and Content Development at the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), about how to involve youth in transforming education systems and empower learners to be the change.
Valentina Raman, the Co-Founder of YouthxYouth and the Weaving Lab, shares her view on how weavership can foster Intergenerational Collaboration and Leadership to transform education systems.
In this article, a student Dewina Leuschner discusses her vision for education and learning and shares her experience with intergenerational collaboration and leadership.
Franco Mosso, co-founder and CEO of Enseña Perú, is convinced that putting power in the hands of students and educators to drive their own purpose in education is one of the most important changes in education during our time.
Valerie Hannon elaborates how future-focused schools adopt ideas and practices that can facilitate system transformation and contribute to a thriving world.
This interview in a sneak peek into Vishal Talreja and Connie K Chung’s recently published book ‘When We Thrive, Our World Thrives’ and how we must show up in the world if we want every child to thrive.
Mads Skrubbeltrang is an education pioneer from Denmark and has been serving as the Principal of Orestad Gymnasium, known for its innovative design, methods and curriculums that transform teaching and learning.
This article synthesizes insights from Google’s recent global reports on the future of education and specific actions identified in a New Education Story.
Bobbi Macdonald, the Senior Partner for Ecosystems Growth and Advancement at Education Reimagined, explores the question – what does it take to create inclusive learning communities?