If the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Work is Unclear, What Can Schools Do?

Experts are bad at predicting which jobs will be lost to automation, but policymakers still need to understand the dynamics of technological disruption, a new […]

Work Technologies

There's something 'bout that work, work, work, work, work, work When you a gon' learn, learn, learn, learn, learn, learn — Rihanna The relationship between […]

Work Technologies

The Future of Work? More Home Health Aides Than Software Developers

New projections from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics point to health care as the field that will create the most jobs over the next […]

Schools and the Future of Work: 10 Research Reports You Need to See

Education Week curated 10 key studies to help K-12 educators and policymakers make sense of the debate over how technology will reshape the future of […]

More than skills

      It's never just one thing. It's always more complicated than that. Productivity’s too low, especially in the UK. Skills levels could be […]

Skills of the Future

Notice not one of these is “Passes Standardized Tests.” “Albert Einstein once...

GLD 5: Budgets and Workforces

One of the biggest challenges to any training program is budget. In today’s environment, training budgets have been slashed and it may be difficult to […]

Congressional Panel Asks: What K-12 Skills Are Needed for STEM Workforce?

Schools need to prepare K-12 students to fill the growing number of jobs that require computing skills, witnesses told members of Congress Wednesday.

Can K-12 Education Prepare Students For 'Jobs of the Future?'

Education and training systems will struggle to equip students for a rapidly changing workforce, according to a survey of 1,408 education and technology experts.

Appalachia Has STEM Jobs Available. Will Students Have the Skills to Fill Them?

In Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, employers in the energy-extraction industry seek workers with "middle-level skills" in STEM fields.

In Analytics Economy, Demand for Data Scientists Outpaces Supply, McKinsey Says

The U.S. labor market could be short 250,000 data scientists by 2024, according to a new report by the McKinsey Global Institute.

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