9 Billion Schools: One School’s Journey – Adapting to the Speed of Business
There are many trends impacting the business world that we predicted will have long-term effects on the business community, and those trends affect other areas of life as well. Changes in consumer control, technology and business needs all impact education. While educational institutions may not feel the acute pressure of these changes as quickly as businesses, the change is certainly coming.
As part of 9 Billion Schools’ “One School’s Journey” blog series, we explore how changes in business affect education and how education can adapt to meet shifting business needs. The series is based on 9 Billion Schools’ futurecasting efforts with the Mercy McAuley High School transition team, including presentations from various experts on issues impacting the future of education.
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