The Role of the Government in Education

Articles:

An Introduction to the Paper: The Role of the Government in Education

Tram Anh Nguyen

Co-Founder of CFTE

CFTE is missioned with the upskilling and reskilling of professionals for the digital world. The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the global job market, leaving millions unemployed and at risk of an accentuating skill gap. CFTE believes governments will play an important role in the upskilling of their nation. With this in mind, CFTE is set to produce an academic and industry paper on: ​the role of the government in education.

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Transforming education through collaboration: How we can work together to address new ways of learning

Caroline Stockmann

Chief Executive, ACT

This article by Caroline Stockmann is a part of the Academic and Industry Paper titled: The Role of the Government in Education. Her article outlines the three big questions to encourage governments to take initiatives that foster new standards of education. These are, ways in which governments must manage competing priorities, embrace partnerships and adapt to the acceleration of technology.

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The critical role of quality education, starting in the Early Years, in a technology based world

Maccs Pescatore

Chief Executive Officer at Montessori Centre International

This article by Maccs Pescatore is a part of the Academic and Industry Paper titled: The Role of the Government in Education. Her article calls for governments to adopt the Montessori Approach in learning that allows a child to experiment; to try, fail, try again. This will help build a workforce that is creative, resilient and one that has problem solving capabilities, helping them see new technologies as tools to enable greater thinking and not threats.

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What post-secondary education should look like in the 4th industrial revolution

Sylvain Kalache

Co-founder of Holberton School

Sylvain’s article is a part of the Academic and Industry Paper titled: The Role of the Government in Education. The article is set with a backdrop of the 4th industrial revolution that we have recently transitioned into with the emergence of advanced technologies. With this revolution demanding individuals to master complex tasks, Sylvain talks about how post-secondary education will take centre stage in helping us triumph in this new world.

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How artificial intelligence is transforming education and posing a challenge to governments

Vincent Desnot

Founder & CEO at Teach on Mars

Vincent's article is a part of the Academic and Industry Paper titled: The Role of the Government in Education. The article highlights how AI is here to revolutionise education and training as a switch to a new AI/Human and classroom/distance learning hybridization is underway. However, for governments to adapt to this will take time because the problems raised are extremely complex.

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