Focus on 21st-century skills: 3 Digital trends in K-12 education

With technology so widespread at work, at school, and at home, being able to efficiently interact with it is an essential skill for everyone — adults, teenagers, and children. To a certain extent, the impact of computer literacy in our personal and professional lives can be compared to the importance of literacy a century ago. If illiteracy makes social and professional inclusion difficult or impossible sometimes, the same goes for digital illiteracy.

Studies show that higher rates of labor participation and employment are directly correlated with higher levels of digital literacy; to put it differently, if someone has low digital skills, they are most likely to be unemployed, to get unskilled or underskilled jobs, or to receive a lower wage.

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